Sidney Lambert-Lalitte




After studying economics at the Sorbonne, Sidney Lambert-Lalitte holds a Master's degree in Energy, Finance, Carbon with a major in Energy economics and Climate change, awarded in 2012 by the Université Paris-Dauphine.

He was involved in the preparation of a report for the Ministry for Ecology, which called for the creation of an international financial mechanism to increase investment in order to grant access to energy in developing countries.

He then joined the Sustainable Development department of Schneider Electric where he worked on the development of a tool for the financial assessment of micro-networks in African villages. In 2013, he worked in an investment company specialized in photovoltaic solar energy where he helped to set up an economic structure for large-scale solar installations (20 to 100MW).

Sidney Lambert-Lalitte joined the Center for Economics and Management in 2014 where he is now a lecturer specialized in Economics and the Environment and, in particular, in the tools used to reduce CO2 emissions (carbon markets, environmental tax systems…). He is also assistant supervisor of the Petroleum Economics and Management program.

His main areas of specialization are Energy Economics and Climate Change and also Business Models for populations at the base of the economic pyramid.

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Mar 14th 2016

Gain a thorough understanding of the oil and gas chain. Examine the operations deployed by the petroleum industry in order to find oil and gas, convert crude oil into oil products and ship them to consumers.

Average: 9.1 (8 votes)
Nov 2nd 2015

The subject will be addressed from many different perspectives such as the economic context and regulations, fuel specifications and production in the refining industry, engines and post-treatment systems design, vehicles hybridization, biofuels, mobility of tomorrow. The evaluation will include a “serious game” designed as a video game: you will optimize the fuel production in a refinery and also the engine settings to reduce fuel consumption and pollutant emissions.

Average: 10 (3 votes)