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François Lévêque.

François Lévêque

is Professor of Industrial Economics and Energy Economics at Mines ParisTech engineering school in France, Director of the Chair of Economics of Natural Gas

François Lévêque is Professor of Industrial Economics and Energy Economics at Mines ParisTech engineering school in France, where he also directs the Chair of Economics of Natural Gas. He has edited numerous works in the field of energy, most notably Competitive ElectricityForm of energy resulting from the movement of charged particles (electrons) through a conductor... Markets and SustainabilitySustainability indicates a state that is sustainable or reasonably manageable over the long term. (Edward Elgar, 2006), Electricity Reform in Europe (Edward Elgar, 2009), Security of Energy Supply in Europe (Edward Elgar, 2010), and The Economics and Uncertainties of Nuclear PowerIn physics, power is the amount of energy supplied by a system per unit time. In simpler terms, power can be viewed as energy output... (Cambridge University Press, 2014). He has also published extensively in such academic journals as Energy Policy, World Competition, Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, La Revue Lamy de la Concurrence, Concurrences, Electricity Journal and Information Economics and Policy.