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« Hydrogen, Green energy for our territories»

Energy Observer Foundation participated to an event dedicated to the importance of hydrogen in the energy transition, co-organised by Air Liquide and the CEA in Grenoble.
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2 Raise awareness about hydrogen technologies

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Maison Minatec, 3 parvis Louis Néel, Grenoble

As part of the program Grenoble European Green Capital, Air Liquide, the CEA and Giant organised an event in Grenoble, from the 18th to the 21st of May 2022, focusing on hydrogen technologies and their applications to decarbonise both industry and transport.

Grenoble is a particularly dynamic area for the development of hydrogen, with several leading actors (manufacturers, researchers, start-ups, instutions…). This event was well received by local politicians, with the presence of Eric Piolle, Mayor of Grenoble, and Hélène Craye, Head of the Clean Energy Transition Unit at the European Commission.

Energy Observer Foundation took part in an exhibition, open to the general public and pupils, aimed at demonstrating the value chain of hydrogen from production to its application for industry and clean mobility. On this occasion, EOF raised awareness among more than 300 high school students about its actions and the potential of hydrogen.

Victorien Erussard's intervention

Victorien Erussard, CEO and Founder of Energy Observer, took part in the conference “Decarbonising heavy transport”, alongside industry figures:

  • Cécilia Fouvry-Renzi, Air Liquide
  • Philippe Rosier, Symbio
  • Eric Delobel, Vinci Aéroport
  • Adamo Srenpi, HRS
  • Christophe Turpin, CNRS
Victorien Erussard during the conference “Decarbonising heavy transport” in Grenoble