In January 2017, thirteen global industry leaders from the energy and mobility sectors, including ENGIE, created the Hydrogen Council, a working group focused on hydrogen. In concrete terms, the consortium will investigate new solutions for encouraging and accelerating research into hydrogen and its uses. What uses can be made of this new source of energy? And most importantly, how can it be made a prime vector of the energy revolution?
“A World of Energy” details changes that occurred in the energy universe in 2015 and 2016 – including the battle against climate change, new technologies and efforts by governments to produce cleaner energy – and highlights transformations underway in the global energy arena.
In his profession, just as when he's at the controls of his aeroplane, he chooses the safest routes and demonstrates composure, preparation and responsiveness to look far ahead while staying in control of the operational details. "I must always be focused on the objectives and my success comes from sharing these with my community of internal and external contributors."
As a major global force in solar and wind power, ENGIE has designed the Darwin data management platform to boost the performance of its renewable power generating facilities and develop predictive maintenance. Industrial customers, local authorities, local communities and residents will also be able to use this platform to learn more about ENGIE hydropower plants, solar photovoltaic power plants and wind farms in real time.
As we rise to overcome the challenges of the transition to clean energy and a low carbon economy, ENGIE draws on three areas of expertise: electricity, natural gas, and energy services. The Group is developing innovative, effective solutions for all of its customers, whether households or professionals, towns or regions, businesses or industry.
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