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Press release 15 July 2020

Storengy Hub

A digital solution towards carbon neutrality for the industry, farmers, towns and territories

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As an innovative partner in the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy for the industry, territorial authorities and farmers, Storengy has launched the Storengy Hub. This digital solution is a means to help local decision makers discover the multiple possibilities that renewable gases and geothermal energy offer to reduce their carbon footprint.

Storengy Hub is part of an educational approach benefitting from existing levers to reduce direct emissions linked to the industry, agriculture, mobility and building heating. Thus, this practical tool enables the concerned stakeholders to understand how they can take part in the objectives set by the Paris Agreement signed in 2015 at the COP21. This agreement aims to limit global warming to less than 2°C and to pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5°C. To meet this objective, the European Union aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by the year 2030 (compared to 1990).

As a European leader in underground natural gas storage with 21 industrial sites in Europe, Storengy is positioned today as a key player in the energy transition by producing and storing renewable gases (hydrogen, biomethane) and developing geothermal energy solutions.

When reducing carbon emissions becomes concrete

Storengy Hub centralizes all information enabling industrials, towns and territories and farmers to understand how they can reduce their carbon footprint and become part of the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy.

This digital solution is designed to sensitize industrials, farmers and territorial authorities, and make information available for all through different approaches:

  • by profile (farmer, industrial, town/territory),
  • by solution (renewable gases, geothermal energy, services).

Evaluating one's CO2 reduction potential in a few clicks

Storengy's experts have developed four simulators enabling industrial actors, towns and territories, as well as farmers to evaluate their CO2 reduction potential through green and local energy solutions:

  • Use of low-carbon hydrogen for the industry,
  • Green mobility with extended autonomy through hydrogen,
  • Building heating and air conditioning with geothermal energy,
  • Biomethane production from agricultural waste.

These solutions are little known, yet important levers to reduce one’s carbon footprint beyond the use of intermittent renewable energy (solar and wind) and battery-driven electric mobility.

Storengy is an innovative partner in the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy for the industry, territorial authorities and farmers.

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