Hydrogen is a light gas, naturally present in the universe. Traditionally used in industry, hydrogen is produced by electrolysis of water from water and electricity. This process also enables manufacturers to recover oxygen or heat. Hydrogen is a real way ahead for the energy transition by enabling the development of decentralised renewable energies and the development of green mobility solutions.
The world has never evolved so rapidly. In 2050, 7 out of 10 people will live in cities. The energy transition, that is to say the new means of energy production and consumption, is increasing in power everywhere on the planet. This change is part of a broader societal transformation that goes far beyond energy issues.
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Digital technology is everywhere – it’s part of our daily lives and it’s part of the economy. There are more and more technologies affecting all aspects of our everyday society. What are we talking about? What are challenges and limitations are involced?
With greater global consciousness of environmental and societal issues, changing methods of production and modes of consumption and the development of new technologies, the energy sector faces an immense challenge. It is a revolution that calls into question the way the present-day energy system functions, and demands a different approach to how we envisage that of the year 2050 with regard to our choice of energies and how they complement each other.
As a leader in the energy revolution, ENGIE offers a comprehensive range of clean mobility solutions that transform the way energy is used. The Group has developed a systems-based approach that combines its skills and expertise in alternative fuels, transport infrastructures, smart transit systems, and upstream design and planning. Improving air quality, reducing noise pollution, keeping traffic flowing and optimizing transit networks: here are some of the key measures of ENGIE’s green mobility program, Better Mobility TODAY.
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