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First Guarantees of Origin auctions held by Powernext

20 SEP 2019

— Powernext successfully held the first auction of Guarantees of Origin (GO) for the French State on September, 18th. The auction platform uses a market clearing algorithm designed by Powernext and Artelys and implemented by Artelys for the selection of offers.

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Belgium becomes first Member State to use METIS

26 SEP 2017

— Artelys has recently installed METIS, a software application developed for the European Commission, on the Federal Planning Bureau (FPB, Belgium) system, enabling the FPB analysts to undertake highly detailed studies of the Belgian power system, while taking into account the interactions with neighbouring countries. The analysis carried out with METIS will contribute to the understanding and quantification of the challenges faced by the Belgian power system and provide valuable inputs for the Belgian integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP).

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Artelys Knitro, winner of the 2019 BBComp edition!

02 OCT 2019

— Artelys Knitro efficiently solves black-box optimization problems to win the 2019 BBComp edition! This accomplishment highlights Artelys Knitro excellent performance and robustness in the field of Derivative-Free Optimization (DFO).

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First Guarantees of Origin auctions held by Powernext

20 SEP 2019

— Powernext successfully held the first auction of Guarantees of Origin (GO) for the French State on September, 18th. The auction platform uses a market clearing algorithm designed by Powernext and Artelys and implemented by Artelys for the selection of offers.

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Artelys Knitro 11.1: Solve derivative free problems faster than ever!

03 DEC 2018

— A new version of Artelys Knitro is now available! This update comes with clear improvements on derivative-free optimization problems, including for our users connecting Knitro to black-box simulators. These improvements manifest themselves with particular clarity when using finite-differences to approximate first order derivatives thanks to a new termination criterion.

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Belgium becomes first Member State to use METIS

26 SEP 2017

— Artelys has recently installed METIS, a software application developed for the European Commission, on the Federal Planning Bureau (FPB, Belgium) system, enabling the FPB analysts to undertake highly detailed studies of the Belgian power system, while taking into account the interactions with neighbouring countries. The analysis carried out with METIS will contribute to the understanding and quantification of the challenges faced by the Belgian power system and provide valuable inputs for the Belgian integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP).

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