Energy Observer To Light Eiffel Tower With Renewable Hydrogen

By May 25, 2021 < 1   min read  (104 words)

May 25, 2021 |

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The Eiffel Tower will be illuminated with certified renewable hydrogen electricity on Tuesday evening.

In order to showcase the company’s carbon-free technology, Energy Observer, based in Saint-Malo, France, wants the iconic site in Paris to be transformed into a showcase.

“The objective is to mobilize all French people, the general public as well as businesses and local authorities, around the hydrogen sector,” Energy Observer CEO Louis-Noel Vivies said.

A number of French officials are attending the evening event including Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire and Minister of the Ecological Transition.

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