- 27 Jul 2018
“Because hydrogen is used for all of these at the same time: balancing of the networks, greening of transport, industrial processes and heat production, it becomes the key to 100% renewable territories which harness the principles of the circular economy”, Isabelle Kocher, ENGIE CEO.
"It isn’t a matter of building utopias, but of generating structural improvements in the quality of urban life by offering local authorities tangible proposals which, when incorporated as part of a whole, will deliver solutions worthy of the challenge", Michael Schack, Director, Networks and Cogeneration, B2T at ENGIE.
Does renewable hydrogen have a key role to play in the quest for innovation? Franck Bruel, Deputy Managing Director at ENGIE answers this question.
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