On the occasion of VivaTechnology, ENGIE and AWS are calling on the startup ecosystem to develop a solution to collect and analyse public data on companies.
Convinced that green hydrogen is the missing link in a carbon-free ecosystem, a factor of harmonious progress for cities, regions and companies around the world, ENGIE is partnering four initiatives selected as part of ADEME’s call for projects, "Ecosystems of Mobility".
ENERGY OBSERVER has arrived in Hamburg, its 36th stopover. The ship is the special guest of the German port, which celebrates several centuries of intense activity. During this stopover, discover ENGIE's activities in Germany.
ENERGY OBSERVER has carried out the first sea tests on its Oceanwings® wings, an innovative system that will enable the boat to reduce its energy consumption by up to 42%.
ENERGY OBSERVER is a perfect illustration of ENGIE’s ambitions in the Netherlands: acting to achieve harmonious progress toward the zero-carbon transition, chiefly through green mobility.
ENERGY OBSERVER has arrived in Antwerp, the first stopover in its odyssey around Northern Europe. The boat will remain in port in Belgium for a few days before sailing off to Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. We look at some solutions offered by ENGIE, leader of the energy transition in Belgium.
ENERGY OBSERVER, the world’s first boat to be powered only by hydrogen and renewable energies, has sailed out from its home port of Saint-Malo, heading for Antwerp, the first port of call in its odyssey around Northern Europe.