Our belief: it’s in our hands
We stand with renewable gas
At GRTgaz, 3,000 men and women are committed to the energy transition on a daily basis. Ten of these lend their voices to a new communication campaign that invites you to discover the issues and challenges facing the company.
With their own hands and in their own words, these employees give an insight into their jobs and share the things that excite them every day.
This hand belongs to Lorella.
His job? Promoting the development of renewable energies and more sustainable types of consumption. Her credo ? "Every innovation counts when it comes to reducing the carbon footprint of gas."
1 / 10
This hand belongs to Amaury.
His job? Supporting local projects aimed at achieving carbon neutrality through Hydrothermal Gasification. This cutting-edge technology converts the sludge from wastewater treatment plants into renewable gas, fertilisers and water. His credo? “The ecological transition is about innovating and finding new ways of collaborating with our partners.”
2 / 10
This hand belongs to Sarah.
Her job? Developing connected systems that are smart and secure. Her credo? “Cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, predictive maintenance – we are at the forefront of all these issues.”
3 / 10
This hand belongs to Marion.
Her job? Transforming natural gas networks into hydrogen transmission networks. Her credo? “It's all very well to dream of a world powered by hydrogen but it still has to circulate in a reliable, economical and non-polluting way.”
4 / 10
This hand belongs to Sandy.
This hand belongs to Sandy. Her job? Helping with the development of local projects for producing renewable gas using solid waste. This potential solution is enabled by a groundbreaking technology: gasification. Her credo? “The ecological transition is not merely an idea; it’s a necessity.”
5 / 10
This hand belongs to Fatou.
Her job? Working to upgrade gas networks so that they can accommodate as much local biomethane as possible. Her credo? “Constructing the energy future of our local communities begins right now.”
6 / 10
This hand belongs to Akim.
His job? Ensuring the safety and reliability of the gas transmission network that underpin the energy transition. His credo? “Reliable gas supply is a matter of national interest.”
7 / 10
This hand belongs to Grégory.
His job? Researching Power-to-Gas technology at the Jupiter 1000 site with a view to converting storing surplus electricity to gas so that it can be stored. His credo? “Our energy future must include electricity, gas and hydrogen.”
8 / 10
This hand belongs to Laurent.
His job? Supervising projects related to the construction and alteration of the gas transmission network. His credo? “Our worksites need to be conducted with the utmost safety in mind, both from a technical and environmental point of view, and with a focus on preserving biodiversity.”
9 / 10
This hand belongs to Alicia.
Her job? Collecting gas from agricultural and household waste so that it can be transported via our transmission network. Her credo? “The circular economy is key to the development of the territories.”
10 / 10
Interview with Akim, network operator - video in french only -
My challenge for the regions
Fatou, biogas research engineer
My challenge for independence
Akim, maintenance technician
My challenge for safety at work
Alicia, multi-skilled technician on the biomethane task force
My challenge for the environment
Laurent, works supervisor
My challenge for developing Power to gas
Grégory, senior maintenance operations technician