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Fully electric inland vessels to develop emission-free navigation solution
Green mobility | 02/06/2020

Fully electric inland vessels to develop emission-free navigation solution

The new Zero Emission Services B.V. (ZES) company founded by ENGIE, ING bank, Wärtsilä and the Port of Rotterdam Authority  proposes the first emission-free navigation infrastructure for making inland shipping more sustainable.

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Heating Silicon To Power Tomorrow’s Battery?
New energies | 20/01/2020

Heating Silicon To Power Tomorrow’s Battery?

To compensate for the hazards of renewable energy production, new forms of electricity storage are necessary. Among some of the avenues explored: using electricity to heat materials, like silicon, to very high temperatures, and then, later, converting that heat to … electricity. 

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TEO (The Energy Origin) proposes Green Energy Transparency with Blockchain
New energies | 17/01/2020

TEO (The Energy Origin) proposes Green Energy Transparency with Blockchain

People who worry about global warming can usually contact their power company to switch their home electricity supplies to renewable sources such as windmills or hydropower. But how do they know they're getting what they pay for? One utility, France-based ENGIE, is trying to create more trust. Through a subsidiary known as TEO (The Energy Origin, ENGIE is rolling out a program that relies on technology borrowed from...

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Measuring Carbon Footprint in Real-Time via Banking App
Green mobility | 14/01/2020

Measuring Carbon Footprint in Real-Time via Banking App

More and more individuals are aware that their personal choices, and particularly what, when and how they consume, have a direct impact on the planet. Yet while it’s straightforward enough to know that airplane travel leaves a sizable carbon footprint, the environmental impact of other more day-to-day actions are harder to keep track of.

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New Durable Foam May Be Breakthrough In CO2 Capture Technology
Other innovations | 13/01/2020

New Durable Foam May Be Breakthrough In CO2 Capture Technology

Capturing carbon dioxide is a major weapon in the fight against climate change, with the potential to limit the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. Still, too many Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies are costly, inefficient and even create their own damaging effects on the environment. Thus the announcement in Sweden of a new recyclable foam material has raised hopes of a major breakthrough in CO2 capture...

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Monitoring CO2 From Space: Time to Accelerate
Other innovations | 13/01/2020

Monitoring CO2 From Space: Time to Accelerate

The more we know about the sources of CO2, the better equipped we’ll be to limit the environmental impact. Since a first Japanese mission in 1996, scientists have been exploring the potential of monitoring CO2 from space. And now, the efforts are reaching critical mass.

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Ranking AI in Cities : Singapore runs first
Smart cities | 18/11/2019

Ranking AI in Cities : Singapore runs first

There’s no limit to the potential for new technologies to make our cities cleaner, greener and more efficient. More and more, Artificial Intelligence is seen as the key to making it happen. But how well are cities taking advantage of AI — and how prepared are they for its impact?   

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ENGIE New Ventures invests in and partners with augmented field intelligence pioneer vyntellige
Smart buildings | 14/11/2019

ENGIE New Ventures invests in and partners with augmented field intelligence...

ENGIE NEW VENTURES invests in and partners with augmented field intelligence pioneer Vyntelligence which is a smart voice and video notes platform to simplify and digitize data acquisition using a guided video form or “storyboard”.

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Green mobility from Germany : a Big Green Light For Heavy Vehicles To Go El
Green mobility | 14/11/2019

Green mobility from Germany : a Big Green Light For Heavy Vehicles To Go El

Daimler is now saying new trucks should run on electric batteries or fuel cells by 2039. To adapt to this change, the company is asking for public funding to developp "Zero Carbon" transport.

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