A Second and Sustainable Life for Dirty Carbon?
Recycling is one of the most important pillars in fighting climate change. Scientists and engineers are constantly looking for ways to reuse everything from plastic to organic waste in an effort to optimize resources and lessen our impact on the planet. Now, an opportunity has emerged to apply the practice to another crucial material, carbon, repurposing “dirty” forms of the chemical element to help eliminate...Ca m'intéresse
ENGIE Digital 50 : « Let’s shape the future together »
Digital 50 is ENGIE's new community, bringing together those responsible for activities with a high digital content. Following its first meeting during ENGIE Innovation Week, Stéphane Quéré (COO Global Smart Businesses) tells us more.Ca m'intéresse
Any Way the Wind Blows, Flying Kites To Accelerate the Energy Transition
The number of conventional wind turbines, those mega-windmills spread across hilltops and floating on the open sea, is growing each year. Once installed, they can function 24/7 for decades, requiring minimal human intervention. But can wind power reach even higher and pump harder?Ca m'intéresse
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