Eiffel tower

Fuel cell technology sustainably lights the Eiffel Tower

(1) The “Le Paris de l’Hydrogen” event is organized by Energy Observer with the support of the City of Paris. Energy Observer is the original name of the first autonomous hydrogen and zero-emission ship, both an advocacy and energy transition laboratory. During this event, which takes place on the Champ-de-Mars from May 20 to 30, 2021, Energy Observer presents its brand new exhibition village, dedicated to ecological transition, renewable energies and hydrogen. Many players in energy and hydrogen mobility solutions are exhibiting their vehicles and systems to offer a positive, optimistic and innovative look at the cities of tomorrow. During this event, the Eiffel Tower was illuminated for the first time with certified renewable hydrogen by the zero-emission electro-hydrogen generator developed by EODev, the start-up born from the research and development carried out on board the boat Energy Observe.

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