Intrapreneurial projects taking roles in the soaring GoOs [Garantees of Origin]...
The demand for green products and transparency, growing at a fast pace, is forcing companies to react quickly. In this context, intrapreneurial businesses, often more agile, have been able to emerge and take part in this transition, such as TEO The Energy Origin or EGMA.Meet Edgar, Juliette & Igal from the EGMA team!Left to right : Edgar Oriol (EGMA’s Business Developer), Juliette Nérot (EGMA’s Marketing...Ca m'intéresse
Atawey, French hydrogen stations at CES 2019
While Atawey, the Savoy-based startup specializing in hydrogen technologies, has already worked a lot with ENGIE, they will be showcasing with our partner InnoEnergy at the ENGIE & Partners stand at CES 2019.Geoffroy Ville, Atawey’s Sales Manager, talked to us about the company, about InnoEnergy and his vision of hydrogen mobility.Ca m'intéresse
Growing in the shade of solar power
Whether it’s in temperate climates or more arid regions, co-locating crops and solar panels is a win-win solution. The idea of co-locating photovoltaics and agriculture was first suggested in 1981 by Adolf Goetzberger and Armin Zastrow and it has progressed in Japan since 2004 under the impetus of Akira Nagashima. Many types of crops such as citrus fruits, cucumbers, rice and vines can benefit. The technique...Ca m'intéresse
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