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— Relying on their high level of expertise in quantitative methods, our consultants deliver efficient solutions to complex business problems that best meet the needs of our clients.

Strong skills in Operational Research, Modeling and Decision Support

Recognized know-how in scientific consulting and project management

A business experience of energy, transport and logistics issues

Mastery of methods and tools for numerical optimization and statistical analysis

Decision support for territorial energy planning

— Artelys Crystal City is the reference tool for territorial energy planning. Its intuitive interface and advanced functions make it the ideal conductor to carry out the energy transition in the territories.

Optimization of interconnected systems

— Artelys Crystal Super Grid provides the quantitative elements to evaluate the costs and benefits of an energy strategy and to optimize it.

Operational management in short and medium term

— Artelys Crystal Energy Planner optimizes the short- and medium-term operational management of energy production assets. Operational planning, simplified and more reliable, becomes more competitive.

The best of statistical forecasting for your trades

— Artelys Crystal Forecast allows you to generate forecasts or scenarios of extreme reliability on short, medium and long term horizons to cover both your operational management needs and strategic planning.

Plan your activities and resources under constraints

— Resource planning is a central issue for businesses to improve cost management, productivity and quality of service for the end customer.

Optimize your logistics flows

— Artelys Crystal Network Designer is a software solution dedicated to the optimization, sizing and analysis of logistics networks. It allows you to reduce your logistics costs as a whole, anticipate and manage your flows at different horizons as well as simulate scenarios on your network: from resizing to operational risk.

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Super Grid

Energy Planner

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Resource Optimizer

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Decision support for territorial energy planning

— Artelys Crystal City is the reference tool for territorial energy planning. Its intuitive interface and advanced functions make it the ideal conductor to carry out the energy transition in the territories.

Optimization of interconnected systems

— Artelys Crystal Super Grid provides the quantitative elements to evaluate the costs and benefits of an energy strategy and to optimize it.

Operational management in short and medium term

— Artelys Crystal Energy Planner optimizes the short- and medium-term operational management of energy production assets. Operational planning, simplified and more reliable, becomes more competitive.

The best of statistical forecasting for your trades

— Artelys Crystal Forecast allows you to generate forecasts or scenarios of extreme reliability on short, medium and long term horizons to cover both your operational management needs and strategic planning.

Plan your activities and resources under constraints

— Resource planning is a central issue for businesses to improve cost management, productivity and quality of service for the end customer.

Optimize your logistics flows

— Artelys Crystal Network Designer is a software solution dedicated to the optimization, sizing and analysis of logistics networks. It allows you to reduce your logistics costs as a whole, anticipate and manage your flows at different horizons as well as simulate scenarios on your network: from resizing to operational risk.

Decision support for territorial energy planning

— Artelys Crystal City is the reference tool for territorial energy planning. Its intuitive interface and advanced functions make it the ideal conductor to carry out the energy transition in the territories.

Optimization of interconnected systems

— Artelys Crystal Super Grid provides the quantitative elements to evaluate the costs and benefits of an energy strategy and to optimize it.

Operational management in short and medium term

— Artelys Crystal Energy Planner optimizes the short- and medium-term operational management of energy production assets. Operational planning, simplified and more reliable, becomes more competitive.

The best of statistical forecasting for your trades

— Artelys Crystal Forecast allows you to generate forecasts or scenarios of extreme reliability on short, medium and long term horizons to cover both your operational management needs and strategic planning.

Plan your activities and resources under constraints

— Resource planning is a central issue for businesses to improve cost management, productivity and quality of service for the end customer.

Optimize your logistics flows

— Artelys Crystal Network Designer is a software solution dedicated to the optimization, sizing and analysis of logistics networks. It allows you to reduce your logistics costs as a whole, anticipate and manage your flows at different horizons as well as simulate scenarios on your network: from resizing to operational risk.

Numerical components that give you a head start

 
— Whether it is to model the complex problems that our customers are submitting to us or to provide the Artelys Crystal suite with the most powerful optimization engine, we rely on the most advanced mathematical programming tools in their respective fields.

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Numerical components that give you a head start

 

— Whether it is to model the complex problems that our customers are submitting to us or to provide the Artelys Crystal suite with the most powerful optimization engine, we rely on the most advanced mathematical programming tools in their respective fields.

Knitro
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Xpress
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Kalis
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AMPL
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reports

— Discover the results of the technico-economic studies carried out on behalf of our customers using the modeling platform Artelys Crystal.

What energy infrastructure to support 1.5°C scenarios?

What energy infrastructure to support 1.5°C scenarios?

The objective of the study Artelys has carried out on behalf of the European Climate Foundation is to analyse the need for energy infrastructure in various climate neutral scenarios at the 2050 time horizon. The key findings are that important needs for cross-border electricity infrastructure appear in all the considered scenarios, while the need for cross-border hydrogen infrastructure strongly depends on the geographic allocation of renewable energy sources across Europe. Finally, the study shows that security of supply in Europe can be maintained without investing in additional methane projects.

Measuring the contribution of gas infrastructure projects to sustainability as defined in the TEN-E Regulation

Measuring the contribution of gas infrastructure projects to sustainability as defined in the TEN-E Regulation

The European Commission has selected Artelys and Trinomics to analyse the methodology used by ENTSOG to assess the sustainability impacts of gas infrastructure projects, and to provide recommendations on improvements. In its current project-specific cost-benefit analysis methodology, ENTSOG evaluates the environmental impacts of gas infrastructure projects to support the selection of projects of common interest. Artelys has first identified the strengths and weaknesses of the current approach used by ENTSOG. In particular, Artelys has identified that while the objective of the current approach is relatively clear, the way fuel switches are computed is too simplistic and does not capture all the interlinkages between vectors (electricity and gas) or the cross-border effects of projects, mostly due to limitations of ENTSOG’s current modelling capabilities. New approaches have been proposed by Artelys and discussed with the EC and ENTSOG. Tests have been performed to determine how the new indicators could be implemented in the next TYNDP cycle, which will lead to the establishment of the 5th PCI list. The methodology we have proposed also aims at capturing sustainability effects linked to potential methane leakages and non-CO2 emissions (including GHG and non-GHG emissions).

The role of cogeneration in a climate-neutral economy at the 2050 horizon

The role of cogeneration in a climate-neutral economy at the 2050 horizon

COGEN Europe, the European association for the promotion of cogeneration, has selected Artelys to study the role of combined heat and power technologies (CHP) in the context of a 2050 climate neutral European economy. Combined heat and power technologies could indeed prove to be a key piece in the portfolio of solutions to achieve the ambitious climate objectives of the European Commission. For that purpose, the analysis carried out by Artelys has been structured into two parts: a first analysis where solutions including CHPs were compared to alternative solutions on seven use cases, and a second analysis focusing on system-level benefits where the deployment of CHP has been optimised in a 2050 climate-neutral scenario. The analysis shows that CHP can be a key technology at both user- and system-levels, and could be deployed economically in a large number of sectors.

Decarbonising the UK’s Gas Network

Decarbonising the UK’s Gas Network

SGN and SPEN, two of the main gas and electricity distributors in Scotland, have commissioned Artelys and E4Tech to study the potential of power-to-hydrogen in the East Neuk region of Scotland. Artelys has undertaken an assessment of the availability and quality of surpluses of carbon-free electricity in the East Neuk region and in Great-Britain, using a European-wide electricity market model powered by Artelys Crystal Super Grid. The East Neuk region was described in more detail so as to properly represent the constraints on electricity exchanges with the rest of GB. The assessment is based on seven scenarios of development of grid- or RES-connected electrolysis and hydrogen end-uses. The hydrogen applications that have been considered include injection of hydrogen into the gas network, hydrogen mobility, and creation of a hydrogen grid by repurposing a part of the gas network of the area. In the last case, natural gas is replaced by hydrogen in all applications (heating, industries, etc.). Finally, recommendations on policy and regulatory initiatives on the electricity and gas sides have been issued based on our findings.

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— Take advantage of the skills and experience acquired by Artelys consultants thanks to an original training offer, conceived as a real instrument for sharing knowledge.

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