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The world is changing. E2S UPPA assists companies and public organizations in their energy and environmental transition.

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    • Natural Hydrogen: A Promising Future

      Isabelle Moretti has been highly solicited in 2021 for her knowledge on the hydrogen naturally present in the earth’s subsoil. In November, she participated in a Symposium with the University of Glasgow and attended a France/Iceland meeting at the Senate in Paris.

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    • Conference for companies and local authorities on Acceptability

      On 19/10/2021 in Pau. Energy and environmental transitions are subject to social contestation, which places the question of acceptability at the heart of policy formulation. By Xavier Arnauld de Sartre.

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    • UPPA’s first information day on Innovation in partnership with private businesses

      This day dedicated to partnership research and technology transfer brought together nearly 90 researchers and representatives of partner companies in October 2021, and was enriched by several testimonies from industrial partners.

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    • Launch of research on the energetic independence of a territory

      Artificial photosynthesis will perhaps one day allow each inhabitant to store and redistribute the energy that he/she will have produced (green hydrogen). For 5 years, chemists, mathematicians, lawyers, geographers, sociologists and economists will work together on the subject.

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    • An International Forum on Transitions at UPPA

      The University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour is organizing its first international forum on Transitions, which will present the 5 themes at the heart of its research missions.

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