Energy Observer is gaining altitude

From 4 to 24 February, Energy Observer’s exhibition village opens its doors at an altitude of 1,800 m in the resort of Avoriaz, a pioneer in high mountain ecology. This is part of a large-scale awareness-raising event entitled “Au sommet des énergies positives” (at the height of positive energies).

The event was Inaugurated today but it really gets underway tomorrow as the village will be open from 10am to 6pm. The public will be able to discover the Energy Observer Odyssey around the world, as well as educational content and audiovisual projections and tools. There will also be a timeline on the ecological transition, co-designed with ADEME, a projection area on a large screen, as well as an exhibition area dedicated to the technologies of the laboratory ship, sustainable energies, the hydrogen sector and the promotion of the sustainable development goals.

Around Energy Observer, which will present the hydrogen generator from EODev (its subsidiary), the public will be able to discover other solutions such as the HRS mobile hydrogen recharging station, the Toyota Mirai, the Hyvia hydrogen Master van, a Caetano H2 bus, an MEP74 electric snowmobile and an electric snowbike from MoonBikes.

Article written by Laurent Meillaud and translated by Logan King

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As a Brazilian passionate about languages, human rights and environmental issues, I hold a Bachelor's degree in Applied Foreign Languages with a major in International Economic Development. Drawing on my experience as a content creator on social networks, I joined Seiya Consulting and H2 Today in June 2022, first as an intern, then as Marketing & Communications Manager and designer.

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