The CEA and GRTgaz are giving a new impetus to their collaboration with the signing of a research agreement aimed at creating a “joint Lab” to prepare the energy landscape of tomorrow.
This joint approach was made official on Tuesday, June 28, at the CEA site in Saclay (Essonne department) in the presence of Thierry Rouvé, GRTgaz’s Chief Executive Officer, and Stéphane Siebert, CEA’s Director of Research.
GRTgaz, through RICE, its Research and Development center, has been working for several years with the CEA on various innovative research projects, in particular GRTgaz’s “Jupiter 1000” renewable hydrogen and e-methane production demonstrator, whose latest news can be found on our website.
This new collaboration strengthens the ties between these two partners, who are fully committed to making joint progress in the area of energy sovereignty and offering innovative solutions that will bring about environmental change.
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