François Chung, Ph.D.

Tag: energy markets

Mines 2018 – Magazine

Mines 2018 – Magazine article

Publication François Chung; Une politique énergétique belge à multi-niveaux; Mines Revue des Ingénieurs, 499, pp. 27-29, 2018. Abstract Au XIXe siècle, le développement économique de la Belgique fut propulsé par le secteur énergétique grâce aux charbonnages wallons. En effet, dans la 1ère moitié du XIXe siècle, la Belgique était un des seuls pays, avec l’Angleterre, […]

Global sustainable energy

Global sustainable energy

Coursera training, MOOC (2014). Given online by the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering of the University of Florida (US), this training covers concepts of work and energy and their relationship with our modern society. Each aspect of this relationship is analyzed, including consumptive patterns for the residential, commercial, industrial and transportation sectors. Sources for […]

Energy and vulnerable households

Energy and vulnerable households

IBGE training, Belgium (2014). This cycle of trainings-debates, known as Brufodebat, is organised by Bruxelles Environnement (IBGE). The main themes are the liberalization of energy markets, the social energy guidance and the rational use of energy. The objective is not only to provide both methodologies and tools to support households in energy poverty, but also to share, deepen, enrich […]

Brufodebat

Brufodebat

E²=MC project @Brussels, Belgium (2014). Brufodebat is a cycle of trainings-debates organized by Bruxelles Environment (IBGE) and whose main themes are the liberalization of energy markets, the social energy guidance, the rational use of energy and the structural measures to improve the energy efficiency of buildings and equipments. These trainings are for social workers involved […]