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Louis Boisgibault

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RePEc Short-ID:pbo643
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https://nau.tn/
Route M'harza, km 1.5 3003 Sfax, Tunisia. Email: Louis.boisgibault@nau.tn
+216 95190330
Twitter: @lboisgibault

Affiliation

North American Private University (North American Private University)

https://nau.tn/
Sfax, Tunisia

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Working papers

  1. Louis Boisgibault, 2020. "To be Executive Director in London [Etre executive director à Londres]," Post-Print hal-02960633, HAL.
  2. Louis Boisgibault & Fahad Al Kabbani & Jean Girardon, 2020. "Energy Transition in Metropolises, Rural Areas and Deserts," Post-Print hal-02374064, HAL.
  3. Louis Boisgibault & Fahad Al Kabbani & Jean Girardon, 2019. "Transition énergétique dans les métropoles, la ruralité et le désert," Post-Print hal-02264507, HAL.
  4. Louis Boisgibault & Jean-Louis Guigou, 2015. "COP21 objectives: towards a joint energy transition in the Mediterranean? [Objectif COP21 : vers une transition énergétique concertée en Méditerranée ?]," Post-Print halshs-01237178, HAL.
  5. Louis Boisgibault, 2014. "Industrialisation of village in Southern France by solar energy," Post-Print halshs-01121871, HAL.
  6. Louis Boisgibault, 2014. "Beyond speeches and intentions, how to boost the regulatory and institutional framework to develop renewable energies in WAEMU? [Au-delà des discours et des intentions, comment dynamiser le cadre r," Post-Print halshs-01123726, HAL.
  7. Louis Boisgibault & M Mozas & Jean-Louis Guigou, 2012. "Carbon constraint in the Mediterranean [Contrainte Carbone en Méditerranée]," Post-Print halshs-00942495, HAL.
  8. Louis Boisgibault & Patrice Geoffron, 2011. "Solar energy after Fukushima, the new deal [L'énergie solaire après Fukushima, la nouvelle donne]," Post-Print halshs-00942107, HAL.

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Working papers

  1. Louis Boisgibault & Fahad Al Kabbani & Jean Girardon, 2020. "Energy Transition in Metropolises, Rural Areas and Deserts," Post-Print hal-02374064, HAL.

    Cited by:

    1. Andreas Rosenstiel & Nathalie Monnerie & Jürgen Dersch & Martin Roeb & Robert Pitz-Paal & Christian Sattler, 2021. "Electrochemical Hydrogen Production Powered by PV/CSP Hybrid Power Plants: A Modelling Approach for Cost Optimal System Design," Energies, MDPI, vol. 14(12), pages 1-22, June.

  2. Louis Boisgibault & Fahad Al Kabbani & Jean Girardon, 2019. "Transition énergétique dans les métropoles, la ruralité et le désert," Post-Print hal-02264507, HAL.

    Cited by:

    1. Louis Boisgibault, 2020. "To be Executive Director in London [Etre executive director à Londres]," Post-Print hal-02960633, HAL.

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