The French duo crossed the finish line at Itajaí in Brazil at 11:53 pm on November 29 after an eventful race and a breathless finish.
A visit to a hydroelectric plant in the middle of a desert, inventing the biofuel of the future and developing wind power in Romania… All of these are featured in the new Chile special edition of our video magazine.
GDF SUEZ is developing the Capracotta wind park in the southern Italian region of Molise. Its 11 turbines generate 9.8 MW of power: enough to meet the annual consumption needs of 6,000 local residents.
Nice-based charity Mosaïcités facilitates the return to society and employment of people in challenging circumstances through mosaic work. Its location in the city’s working class neighborhood of Ariane is the central focus for a collective art project that involves people otherwise excluded from society. Its initiative is supported by the Act for Employment Foundation (FAPE).
On November 8, Typhoon Haiyan hit the central and eastern islands of The Philippines with unprecedented ferocity. Its 195 mph winds and 16-foot waves left devastation in their wake. The GDF SUEZ Group is showing its solidarity by taking action to support those affected.
On November 2 and 3, 2013, Elengy and the Port of Nantes Saint-Nazaire successfully completed another transhipment of liquefied natural gas between two LNG carriers: the Arctic Princess and Grace Dahlia, the world’s largest spherical tank LNG carrier.
With Efficacity, IDEEL and INEF4, GDF SUEZ is a member of three of the Energy Transition Institutes accredited under the French ‘Investissements d’Avenir’ (Investing in the Future) scheme.
Who better than a top-level sports star to christen a top-class racing yacht? It was Amélie Mauresmo, France’s most successful-ever woman tennis player, who was chosen to christen the Class40 on Saturday, November 2, a few days before the start of the Transat Jacques Vabre.
In mid-April, Cofely Deutschland and the city of Oberndorf signed a 12-year energy efficiency contract.
Under the stimulus program for geothermal energy initiated by the Ile-de-France Region, Cofely Réseaux, a subsidiary of GDF SUEZ, has been chosen by the Syndicat Intercommunal de la Périphérie de Paris pour l’Electricité et les Réseaux de Communication (SIPPEREC) to build and operate a heating network powered by geothermal energy.