. Ademe, L'exercice de prospective de l'ADEME "Vision 2030-2050" -document technique, 2013.

. Ademe, Vers un mix électrique 100 % renouvelable, 2015.

. Ademe, Trajectoires d'évolution du mix électrique à horizon, 2018.

S. Annan-phan and F. A. Roques, « Market Integration and Wind Generation: An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Wind Generation on Cross-Border Power Prices, The Energy Journal, vol.39, issue.3, pp.1-25, 2018.

M. Arditi, R. Durdilly, R. Lavergne, É. Trigano, M. Colombier et al., Rapport du groupe de travail 2: Quelle trajectoire pour atteindre le mix énergétique en 2025 ?, Quels types de scénarios possibles à horizons 2030 et 2050, dans le respect des engagements climatiques de la France ? Tech. rep, 2013.

T. W. Brown, T. Bischof-niemz, K. Blok, C. Breyer, H. Lund et al., Response to 'Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems'. Renewable and sustainable energy reviews, vol.92, pp.834-847, 2018.

. Cerema, , 2017.

S. Collins, P. Deane, B. Ó. Gallachóir, S. Pfenninger, and I. Staffell, Impacts of inter-annual wind and solar variations on the European power system, Joule, vol.2, issue.10, pp.2076-2090, 2018.

. Cre, Observatoire des marchés de détail de l'électricité et du gaz naturel du 3e trimestre, 2018.

. Enea-consulting, The potential of Power-to-Gas, 2016.

. Entso-e, Network Code on Load-Frequency Control and Reserves, vol.6, pp.1-68, 2013.

K. Ericsson, Biogenic carbon dioxide as feedstock for production of chemicals and fuels: A techno-economic assessment with a European perspective, Environmental and Energy System Studies, 2017.

F. Ju, Commercialisation of energy storage in Europe: Final report, 2015.

G. Gowrisankaran, S. S. Reynolds, and M. Samano, Intermittency and the value of renewable energy, Journal of Political Economy, vol.124, issue.4, pp.1187-1234, 2016.

V. Henze, Battery Power's Latest Plunge in Costs Threatens Coal, 2019.

L. Hirth, The Optimal Share of Variable Renewables, The Energy Journal, vol.36, issue.1, pp.127-162, 2015.

L. Hirth and S. Müller, System-friendly wind power: How advanced wind turbine design can increase the economic value of electricity generated through wind power, Energy Economics, vol.56, pp.51-63, 2016.

T. Huld, R. Gottschalg, H. G. Beyer, and M. Topi?, Mapping the performance of PV modules, effects of module type and data averaging, Solar Energy, vol.84, issue.2, pp.324-362, 2010.

P. L. Joskow, Comparing the costs of intermittent and dispatchable electricity generating technologies, American Economic Review, vol.101, issue.3, pp.238-279, 2011.

, Energy Technology Reference Indicator Projections for 2010-2050, JRC, 2014.

, Cost development of low carbon energy technologies -Scenario-based cost trajectories to 2050, EUR 29034 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, JRC, p.109894, 2017.

V. Jülch, T. Telsnig, M. Schulz, N. Hartmann, J. Thomsen et al., A holistic comparative analysis of different storage systems using levelized cost of storage and life cycle indicators, Energy Procedia, vol.73, pp.18-28, 2015.

V. Krakowski, E. Assoumou, V. Mazauric, and N. Maïzi, Feasible path toward 40-100% renewable energy shares for power supply in France by 2050: A prospective analysis, Applied energy, vol.184, pp.1529-1550, 2016.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01293627

P. Lauret, J. Boland, and B. Ridley, Bayesian statistical analysis applied to solar radiation modelling, Renewable Energy, vol.49, pp.124-131, 2013.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00917859

L. Moraes, C. Bussar, P. Stoecker, K. Jacqué, M. Chang et al., Comparison of longterm wind and photovoltaic power capacity factor datasets with open-license, Applied Energy, vol.225, pp.209-220, 2018.

Q. Perrier, The second French nuclear bet, Energy Economics, vol.74, pp.858-877, 2018.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01487296

S. Pfenninger and I. Staffell, Long-term patterns of European PV output using 30 years of validated hourly reanalysis and satellite data, Energy, vol.114, pp.1251-1265, 2016.

M. Pierrot, The wind power, 2018.

E. Quinet, L'évaluation socioéconomique des investissements publics (No. Halshs 01059484). HAL, 2014.

M. M. Rienecker, M. J. Suarez, R. Gelaro, R. Todling, J. Bacmeister et al., MERRA: NASA's modern-era retrospective analysis for research and applications, J Climate, vol.24, issue.14, pp.3624-3672, 2011.

J. Rogelj, D. Shindell, K. Jiang, S. Fifita, P. Forster et al., Chapter 2: Mitigation pathways compatible with 1.5 C in the context of sustainable development. In: Global Warming of 1.5 C -an IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways, 2018.

. Rte, Point d'étape sur les travaux du bilan prévisionnel et du schéma décennal de développement réseau, 2018.

D. P. Schlachtberger, T. Brown, M. Schäfer, S. Schramm, and M. Greiner, Cost optimal scenarios of a future highly renewable European electricity system: Exploring the influence of weather data, cost parameters and policy constraints, 2018.

O. Schmidt, S. Melchior, A. Hawkes, and I. Staffell, Projecting the Future Levelized Cost of Electricity Storage Technologies, 2019.

H. W. Sinn, Buffering volatility: A study on the limits of Germany's energy revolution, European Economic Review, vol.99, pp.130-150, 2017.

I. Staffell and S. Pfenninger, Using Bias-Corrected Reanalysis to Simulate Current and Future Wind Power Output, Energy, vol.114, pp.1224-1239, 2016.

A. Van-stiphout, K. De-vos, and G. Deconinck, The impact of operating reserves on investment planning of renewable power systems, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol.32, issue.1, pp.378-388, 2017.

M. Villavicencio, A capacity expansion model dealing with balancing requirements, short-term operations and long-run dynamics, CEEM Working Papers, vol.25, 2017.

. Windeurope, Wind energy in Europe, Scenarios for 2030, vol.22, 2017.

R. Wiser, K. Jenni, J. Seel, E. Baker, M. Hand et al., Expert elicitation survey on future wind energy costs, Nature Energy, vol.1, issue.10, p.16135, 2016.

, The Costs of CO2 Transport, ZEP, 2011.

A. Zerrahn, W. P. Schill, and C. Kemfert, On the economics of electrical storage for variable renewable energy sources, European Economic Review, vol.108, pp.259-279, 2018.

M. Zeyringer, J. Price, B. Fais, P. H. Li, and E. Sharp, Designing low-carbon power systems for Great Britain in 2050 that are robust to the spatiotemporal and inter-annual variability of weather, Nature Energy, vol.3, issue.5, p.395, 2004.