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Signature of a MOU to boost research and innovation around hydrogen - photo: Radio France - Nicolas Joly
30 SEP 2021 -
4 MIN

Signature of a MOU to boost research and innovation around hydrogen

GE, GRTgaz, Ineris, McPhy and the French network of Universities of Technology sign MOU to boost research and innovation around hydrogen.
Interview de Thierry Trouvé sur la place de l'hydrogène dans la 3e révolution du gaz

Hydrogen: what will be its place in the 3rd gas revolution?

Presentation of the strengths of hydrogen in the 3rd gas revolution and the actions and projects established to develop the infrastructure.
30 SEP 2021 - Portrait -
1 MIN

Interview with Jacky, Project supervisor at GRTgaz

His role: Overseeing all works from start of the project up to handover of the site to the operator.
Bus 2025 project : image extracted from the film
24 SEP 2021 - Environment -
2 MIN

Biomethane in the Paris region to power RATP buses

Ile-de-France Mobilités and RATP are engaged in a major technological and ecological change: converting the entire fleet of buses operated by RATP to biomethane, hybrid and electric systems by 2025.
Programme cover of the 50th anniversary of the Camargue nature park
24 SEP 2021 - Environment -
2 MIN

Celebrating 50 years of the Camargue regional nature park!

Exhibition marking the 50 years of the Camargue Regional Park in conjunction with GRTgaz.
24 SEP 2021 -
4 MIN

Birds, insects, plants… How GRTgaz acts to preserve biodiversity on its sites

Presentation of GRTgaz’s actions on its sites with respect to biodiversity.
22 SEP 2021 -
1 MIN

Interview with Guillaume, design technician at the Direction of Projects and Engineering at GRTgaz

16 SEP 2021 - Portrait -
1 MIN

Interview with Elvire, project appraiser at the Direction of Projects and Engineering at GRTgaz

His role: providing information to the company about how much the infrastructure will cost.
Couverture soTerritoires n°1 - septembre 2021
09 SEP 2021 -
1 MIN

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