ENERGY

Queensland announces mammoth hydropower storage plan

The fossil fuel-rich Australian state aims to produce 80% of its energy from renewable sources by 2035. L’État du Queensland, dans l’est de l’Australie, a dévoilé mercredi son projet de construction du plus grand système de stockage de l’énergie hydroélectrique par pompage au monde, cette région riche en énergies fossiles cherchant une réorientation majeure vers …

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The Government presents its bill to accelerate the development of renewables

This text that should allow France to catch up with its delay in renewable energies arrives this Monday at the Council of Ministers. Wind, solar, offshore wind… The government wants to do everything possible in the face of the energy crisis. This Monday, a few days later the inauguration of the first offshore wind farmin …

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France’s fastest charging station opens in Normandy

AFP, published on Friday, September 23, 2022 at 7:39 p.m. France’s fastest electricity terminal, which promises to fully recharge a car in about twenty minutes, opened Thursday near Vernon, along the A13 motorway between Paris and the Normandy coast. It is the first charging station opened by Kallista Energy, which operates 36 wind farms in …

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The world race for hydrogen in the sea will pass through Nantes

AFP, published on Friday, September 23, 2022 at 07:07 Offshore wind turbines produce electricity. They could also produce hydrogen, as the Lhyfe floating pilot plant, a young French sprout with global ambitions, wants to demonstrate as soon as possible and before anyone else. The stakes are high, as hydrogen is currently the leading means of …

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France’s fastest charging station opens in Normandy

AFP, published on Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 9:01 p.m. France’s fastest electricity terminal, which promises to fully recharge a car in about twenty minutes, opened Thursday near Vernon, along the A13 motorway between Paris and the Normandy coast. It is the first charging station inaugurated by Kallista Energy, a subsidiary of the Canadian group …

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