ENERGY OBSERVER has sailed into London, the final stopover on its tour of Northern Europe. At this symbolic port of call, three of ENGIE’s Business Units – United Kingdom, Italy and Hydrogen – will be present. It symbolizes ENGIE’s commitment to providing smoother, smarter and cleaner mobility.
After spending several weeks sailing in the seas of Northern Europe, the laboratory of future energies is ending its northern tour in the United Kingdom.
The vessel will be moored at St Katherine Pier for a week. Visitors will have the chance to discover its onboard technologies and chat with the crew about the highlights of their odyssey since sailing out of Saint-Malo in March.
ENGIE’s United Kingdom, Italy and Hydrogen Business Units will be on hand during this stopover, seeking to raise public awareness about the Group’s efforts to make the zero-carbon transition possible.
The stopover also brings an end to ENERGY OBSERVER’s odyssey. After a brief visit to Dunkirk scheduled for October 16 to 17, the catamaran will sail to its final destination, Saint-Malo, where it is expected from October 20 to 25. It will undergo an update of its technologies, ready to take to the seas once again on a voyage to the Atlantic and the Pacific in 2020.
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