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Le rôle de l'investissement réseaux dans la coordination entre la production et le transport d'électricité dans les systèmes électriques libéralisés

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  • Vincent Rious

    (SUPELEC-Campus Gif - SUPELEC)

  • Jean-Michel Glachant

    (ADIS - Analyse des Dynamiques Industrielles et Sociales - UP11 - Université Paris-Sud - Paris 11 - Département d'Economie, LdP - Loyola de Palacio Programme - European University Institute)

  • Yannick Perez

    () (ADIS - Analyse des Dynamiques Industrielles et Sociales - UP11 - Université Paris-Sud - Paris 11 - Département d'Economie, LdP - Loyola de Palacio Programme - European University Institute)

  • Philippe Dessante

    (SUPELEC-Campus Gif - SUPELEC)

Abstract

Cet article analyse comment s'organise la coordination à long terme entre la production et le transport dans un système électrique libéralisé. Nous nous appuyons sur un cadre d'analyse modulaire afin de séparer les mécanismes de coordination entre la production et le transport d'électricité en modules distincts. La structure de gouvernance du réseau de transport complète ce cadre d'analyse. Nous montrons alors que, dans une logique de complémentarité, cette structure de gouvernance influence les options de gestion des flux effectivement mises en oeuvre par les GRT. Bien que les signaux de localisation soient nécessaires afin de guider l'installation de nouveaux moyens de production, la structure de gouvernance explique alors que l'investissement en réseau peut être le seul procédé effectif de coordination à long terme entre production et transport.

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  • Vincent Rious & Jean-Michel Glachant & Yannick Perez & Philippe Dessante, 2008. "Le rôle de l'investissement réseaux dans la coordination entre la production et le transport d'électricité dans les systèmes électriques libéralisés," Post-Print hal-00344567, HAL.
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