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Gabrielle DESARNAUD

Chercheur au Centre Energie de l'Ifri

 

Gabrielle Desarnaud a rejoint le Centre Energie de  l’ifri en 2015. Elle a auparavant travaillé pour Asia Centre à Pékin sur la sécurité  énergétique de la Chine, et plus particulièrement sur les défis liés à la dépendance au charbon. Elle a également traité des sujets tels que la réforme du marché du gaz et la politique de développement des énergies renouvelables en Chine. Gabrielle Desarnaud est titulaire du master International Energy de l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris et du master Sustainable Development de l’Université de Pékin.

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28/02/2017

More than three years have already passed since China’s new silk roads were launched by President Xi Jinping. When he first mentioned the idea in an autumn 2013 speech in Kazakhstan, questions quickly emerged on the meaning of this general concept, which soon became widely promoted through a...

31/01/2017

This study analyses the likelihood of cyber attacks against European energy infrastructures and their potential consequences, particularly on the electricity grid. It also delivers a comparative analysis of measures taken by different European countries to protect their industries and...

27/09/2016
By: Vignesh SRIDHARAN, Mark HOWELLS, Gabrielle DESARNAUD, Manfred HAFNER, Mélodie MISTRE, Dimitris MENTIS

In September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; featuring a set of 17 measurable and time-bound Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with...

12/07/2016

The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive has been adopted on July 6th, 2016 by the European Parliament, three years after the initial proposal by the European Commission. It paves the way for a much needed common cyber security strategy within the EU. This Edito explains the...

07/03/2016

Complementary solutions to national grid extensions let hope for significant improvements in the field of energy access, consistent with current economic and environmental challenges. This Note explores the regulatory and economic prerequisites that must be enhanced in order to support the...

29/06/2014

This article, issued after Asia Center and ASEF's international conference on coal issues in China (26th and 27th of June 2014 in Beijing), tackles the challenges the country is facing in restructuring its coal industry, in a context of severe and recurrent air, soil and water pollution...

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