In 2018 and 2019, Artelys supported the European Metropolis of Lille (MEL) in the development of an energy planning study, aiming to strengthen the knowledge of the current energy situation of the territory, and to build a shared vision and a roadmap common to all actors.
This study made a major contribution to the Climate Air Energy Territory Plan (PCAET) accepted by the metropolis in December 2019, which further confirms its commitment to fight against global warming.
The use of advanced modelling tools such as Artelys Crystal City enables the metropolis to assess the impacts of different energy policies (energy renovation of buildings, energy efficiency, etc.) and adapt the territory’s strategy in a dynamic way.
— Artelys has enhanced TenneT’s power flow simulator to include power market simulations.read more
— Checkout the new version of Artelys Kalis! This update comes with improvements on the job shop instances, in terms of modelling capabilities and resolution performances.read more
— Artelys will present the solution Artelys Crystal Energy Planner adopted by Brookfield Renewable during the 11th Hydropower Conference of the Centre for Energy Advancement through Technological Innovation (CEATI) on March 3-4 2020, in Palm Springs, California.read more
Artelys would like to congratulate the teams that ranked in the top ten of Challenge 1 of the ARPA-E Grid Optimization competition. We would especially like to applaud the NU_Columbia_Artelys team composed of Richard Waltz, Daniel Bienstock and Jorge Nocedal for placing seventh overall and qualifying for the maximum prize money of $400,000.read more
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