Energy Observer makes a stopover in New York

Energy Observer in New York
Energy Observer makes a stopover in New York

The hydrogen-powered catamaran will be making in New York its 88th stopover around the world, from 10 to 22 April. It will be one of the most eagerly awaited by the team and partners of this Odyssey.

Over the past few years, New York has positioned itself as the epicentre of “climate tech“, technologies that help reduce our emissions in favour of the climate. The Big Apple has set itself the goal of achieving 100% renewable electricity by 2040. New York is also home to the UN, which entrusted Energy Observer with the role of ambassador for the Sustainable Development Goals, 6 years ago. This mission led to the creation of the “Solutions” series devoted to innovative solutions around the world.

The ship will be moored right at the heart of Manhattan, under the iconic One World Trade Center tower, just a few minutes away from Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange.

In a LinkedIn post, Energy Observer lists John Cockerill and Hy24 as partners for this stopover in New York City. The message also refers to the French Consulate in New York and local organisations (Battery Park City Authority, Brookfield Asset Management).

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Article written by Laurent Meillaud and translated by Mariem Ben Tili

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Laurent Meillaud

Laurent Meillaud

Freelance automotive journalist and consultant, author as well, focused on technologies and new trends for more than 30 years, convinced that hydrogen is one of the energies for the future.

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