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H2Gate: towards transhipment of 1 million tons of green hydrogen in the Amsterdam port

Port of Amsterdam and tank storage company Evos aim to import large volumes of green hydrogen into the Amsterdam port. Over the next six months, they, together with three specialised hydrogen companies, will investigate the feasibility of large scale imports, drawing up a blueprint and outlining a roadmap towards 2030… Read More

Kumpan Electric: Attractive and ingenious German solutions for sustainable mobility

An article published as part of Kumpan Electric’s participation to the Sustainable Mobility Forum by Hub Institute. As early as 2010, the Tykesson brothers spotted the potential of electromobility. Three entrepreneurs with a shared vision: to design an electric scooter that is fun to drive, stylish and, of course, environmentally-friendly!… Read More

ONO: Practical, innovative and versatile mobility solutions for redesigning the urban landscape

An interview published as part of ONO’s participation to the Sustainable Mobility Forum by Hub Institute. In terms of urban mobility, more and more solutions are appearing, although there are few major players in the sector. ONO Motion with its mobility services meets this need, in particular through the… Read More

Scoobic: eliminating pollution, noise and traffic jams from cities

Spanish start-up Scoobic develops logistical solutions for urban areas using electric vehicles. Listen to its CEO Jose María Gómez and discover the aims and propositions of this young company whose wish is to make mobility cleaner. An article published as part of Scoobic’s participation to the Sustainable Mobility Forum… Read More

Infrastructure-as-a-Service: a lever to encourage the growth of shared soft mobility?

An article published as part of Duckt’s participation to the Sustainable Mobility Forum by Hub Institute. Duckt develops micro-mobility solutions for cities. Created with the aim of rising to the challenges posed by charging, transport and safety in new methods of urban travel (scooters and electric bikes in particular),… Read More

GULPLUG Signs an Agreement with Westfalia Technologies, Inc. for Fully Automated EV Charging.

GULPLUG is to supply the automatic plug-in solution that enables electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles to charge without human intervention.   Grenoble, the 11th of March 2021 – GULPLUG, a start-up company that accelerates the energy transition and clean mobility thanks to the automatic plug-in of electric vehicles,… Read More

Micro mobility in the driving seat as EIT InnoEnergy backed DUCKT secures Paris pilot project

March 4th 2021 Paris, France – Micro mobility infrastructure innovator, DUCKT, today announces it has been awarded a pilot project for the installation of 150 dock, lock and charge points across the “Paris Rive Gauche” (13e) area of Paris. The project aims to demonstrate how universal charging infrastructure can… Read More

Capgemini joins Verkor venture to reinforce the European low-carbon battery value chain

Paris, February 4 2021 – Capgemini and Verkor announced today that Capgemini has joined the venture created by Verkor, the French industrial company with a mission to accelerate the production capacity of low-carbon batteries in Southern Europe through the creation of a first… Read More

“Green gas” webinar with ENGIE and GreenUnivers: retrospective on a successful edition

  On January 12th, 2021, EIT InnoEnergy organised the webinar “Green gas: how to make the green gas industry competitive by 2030?”, with ENGIE and French energy media GreenUnivers. Through two round tables, French start-ups Arol Energy, Naoden, Quantom, HySiLabs,… Read More

Steadysun supports EDT ENGIE to predict Tahiti solar farms power variability and avoid blackouts

December 9th, 2020 EDT ENGIE is deploying a Steadysun solar energy forecasting solution on the Tahiti island to predict solar variability in the very short term (30 minutes) and then enable to ensure the island’s power network stability. The project consists in installing a network of eight sky imagers… Read More