EpE – IDDRI study “Launched in 2004, the study explores how major industrial sectors will be impacted by a carbon constraint stabilizing atmospheric CO2 concentration at 450 ppm. By means of an innovative hybrid modelling platform and ongoing dialogue between researchers and industrials, the study produces conclusions concerning both general climate policy as well as the economic response of industrial sectors— specifically of the steel, aluminium, cement, and sheet glass sectors, as well as of the energy sector.

This study was carried out within the framework of the Fondation pour le Développement durable et les relations internationales (Fonddri / Foundation for sustainable development and international relations). This study received the financial support of ArcelorMittal, Caisse des Dépôts, EdF, GdF-Suez, Lafarge, Saint-Gobain, SNCF, Total, Veolia Environnement, and EpE. The steering committee of this study brought together EpE, Iddri, ArcelorMittal, Caisse des Dépôts, EdF, GdF-Suez, Lafarge, Saint- Gobain, SNCF, Total and Veolia Environnement. It was led by Patrick Nollet and Richard Baron.