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".
Through its entities ENGIE Hydrogen, ENGIE Cofely and GNVert, ENGIE has contributed to 4 of the 11 projects selected by ADEME:
In addition, ADEME has selected the hydrogen bus project of the city of Pau, for which ENGIE was entrusted with the construction and operation of the hydrogen production/distribution station in 2017.
ENGIE is active at all levels of the value chain, from carbon-free power generation to mobility, industry and energy storage. With its numerous partnerships, ENGIE supports the regions in developing innovative solutions and technologies to make renewable hydrogen accessible to all.