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HYDROGEN GOES GREEN

Could hydrogen be the energy transition’s new best friend? Green hydrogen produced from wind or solar power can accelerate the transition to an industry and, more broadly, an economy with a low environmental impact. The market conditions and technological advances are now in place.

Green hydrogen’s competitiveness soon to be unlocked

If it is to help drive the energy transition and contribute effectively to decarbonising the economy, hydrogen still has some...

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Jupiter 1000: Power-to-Gas put to the test

With the help of seven partners, GRTgaz has designed an experimental site to trial its Power-to-Gas process, which converts green...

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Rouen paves the way for the refuelling station of the future

As part of its smart mobility project, Métropole Rouen Normandie has asked VINCI Energies to devise and design the refuelling...

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Hydrogen-powered trains, from technological viability to economic maturity

Hydrogen-powered passenger trains began operating in Germany in September 2018. This decarbonised rail system has proved it is technologically sound,...

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10 sustainable efficiency solutions

Business units are now called on to combine economic efficiency and environmental sustainability, strike a new balance and achieve a paradigm shift. As we are all aware, this will require a fundamental change in our approach. Agility to achieve sustainable efficiency is the guiding principle at the heart of the VINCI Energies business model.

Agility makes itself heard

Voice assistants, a popular consumer product, have so far been little used in business environments. Yet already, a number of industrial and service sector activities are beginning to test the new human-machine communication interface.

Enhancing the efficiency of hospitals and healthcare systems

The consensus diagnosis is unequivocal: throughout the developed countries, healthcare systems face the enormous challenges of aging populations and the rising prevalence of chronic illnesses. These new issues are calling existing institutions and organisations into question – and foremost among them, the hospital at the heart of the system.

The new jobs at the heart of the transformation

Half of the jobs that will exist in 10 years do not exist today. This gives an idea of the scale of the transformation now under way. It will have an impact on skills and jobs in companies across all sectors of activity.