To tackle the energy crisis, the Metropolis of Nantes and its 24 municipalities are launching an energy sobriety plan !
To face the energy crisis, the Metropolis of Nantes and its municipalities aim to reduce the territory's energy consumption by 10% and therefore become more resilient to the fluctuations of the energy market.
In line with its climate action and mobility policies, in 2017 the City of Pau decided to invest in a zero-emission fleet composed of eight 18m-long fuel cell-powered buses (a world first) and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.
It is an initiative of the European Commission, launched by the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation as part of the EU Circular Economy Action Plan 2020. It contributes to the policy objectives of the EU Green Deal and the EU Bioeconomy Strategy. It is supported by Horizon Europe, the EU’