The energy mix: a question of dosage!

18 December 2017 eric morel 0

Managing an energy transition is now the challenge for all countries under the pressure of the global greenhouse gas reduction targets. Above all, the debates in all countries show that an energy transition is reflected and described first of all as an evolution of the […]


Gas between fossil and renewable energies

21 August 2017 eric morel 0

Gas seems unclassifiable in today’s energy world. Some see it clearly as a fossil energy, emitting CO2, and pose on it a reproving glare, in the air of time. Others see in it the fossil energy with the least CO2 emission. Still others do not […]


Energy transition, you say?

27 June 2016 eric morel 0

I come back from several conferences where I listened to experts talking about the energy transition. I have been surprised by the conformism which they all showed in their speech: energy transition is a concept accepted by all. What is the energy transition? What are […]


The energy transition is a too limiting concept

23 May 2016 eric morel 0

In most countries, energy stakeholders define the energy transition as a roadmap towards a lower carbon energy mix. I noted in a previous article, the subjective nature of this name: the evolution of energy systems is very slow but should remain continuous to let these […]


Nuclear power or renewable energies?

20 June 2015 eric morel 0

It is one of the key issues that cannibalized the debate on the energy transition in France. In many other countries, this question is just as much important. In what, can the emergence of Smart Cities enlighten this alternative? Let us put at first the […]