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.
ENGIE will design the integrated system of the district cooling network (30,000 RT, 105 MW) which will serve the Jurong Town Corporation (JTC), the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) and the community facilities. Punggol Digital District is the first district in Singapore to adopt a single integrated masterplan approach that brings together a business park, a university and community facilities.
ENGIE is a leader in the energy transition and aims to become a major player in renewable hydrogen. YARA’s purpose is feeding the planet responsibly. The two companies are joining forces in Australia to prove that the time to apply green hydrogen technology to industry is now.
ENERGY OBSERVER has already logged 10,326 nautical miles. Since leaving Saint-Malo in June 2017, the world’s first hydrogen-powered vessel has visited 33 ports in 14 Mediterranean countries with zero emissions of greenhouse gases and fine particulates.