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Graduated in September 2018 from Lyon's Political Institute in "Contemporary International Relation" and from Lyon's Ecole Normale Superieure with the research master degree "Contemporary Oriental Asia", I specialized about Japan's energy policies, especially about its hydrogen program. In 2018, I joined the laboratory Pacte where I started a PhD thesis in economic sociology.
Funded by French Environment and Energy Management Agency and jointly funded by Edf (French Electricity Company), this thesis consists to study role of future scenarios in hydrogen's valuation process. Main goal is to understand how supporters of this energy vector themseves organize, build common argumentations and retranscribe these elements within future scenario. Then, interest of this project is to analyze in what extend a scenario can have a performative power on public policies, and also on actors' beliefs and behaviors.With this in mind, we plan to study networks of the arguments used by actors. Finally, we would like to map of arguments actors use for advocating or limiting hydrogen's diffusion in different systems (energy, mobility ones) and associated applications (fuel cell vehicles, stationnary fuel cell...).
Key words : energy policies, hydrogen, fuel cell, France, Japan, economic sociology, actors coalition, networks analysis
FERNANDEZ Michaël, 2019, The legitimation of hydrogen through the construction of future: an analysis of the debates in France and Japan. Communication at: R&D Management Conference 2019, Palaiseau, June 17-21
FERNANDEZ Michaël, 2019, The FCEV deployment in the Japanese transport and mobility sector: a revolution? Communication au 27th Gerpisa International Colloquium, Paris, 12-14 Juin
FERNANDEZ Michaël, 2019, The Japanese Hydrogen Society, a revolutionary program? Communication au EastAsiaNet Workshop 2019, Copenhague, 25-27 Avril