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The Coalition for the Energy of the Future launches the feasibility study of its first major projects and welcome three new members

calendarJuly 05, 2021
The Coalition for the Energy of the Future, which was launched in late 2019 with the goal of accelerating the development of future energies and technologies to reduce the climate impact of transport and logistics, has announced the launch of the feasibility study for its first major project. This project involves the production of BioLNG, or liquefied biomethane, within a large maritime port in France. Developed by three members of the Coalition, the project aims to convert household waste from the Métropole Aix-Marseille-Provence into BioLNG at the Port of Marseille Fos. The produced BioLNG will then be used to power the LNG vessels of the CMA CGM Group, promoting green mobility from the port​ The Coalition, which already consists of 14 members, is welcoming three new global companies: Air Liquide, Kuehne+Nagel Group, and Rolls-Royce. These companies join existing members including Airbus, AWS, Bureau Veritas, Carrefour, Cluster Maritime Français, CMA CGM Group, Crédit Agricole CIB, ENGIE, Faurecia, Michelin, PSA International, Schneider Electric, TotalEnergies, and Wärtsilä. These new additions will provide the Coalition with additional resources and talents to tackle the challenge of sustainable transport and logistics. This expansion reinforces the Coalition's ambition to accelerate the development of energies and technologies that support new, lower-carbon models to achieve carbon-neutral objectives in transport and logistics​ .Since the start of 2021, the Coalition's working groups have made significant progress on several of their projects. These include tests and certification of the first hydrogen 44 tons heavy truck in the South of France, engineering studies for dedicated biofuel for shipping based on pyrolysis, and development of an ecocalculator demonstrator certifying door-to-door CO2 impact on any given transportation routing. Furthermore, the Coalition is launching new projects aimed at accelerating the development of new energies, such as the production and testing of e-methane for the shipping industry, the warehouse of the future and supply chain of tomorrow, and new biofuels for aviation More details : Here
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