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Energy and ecological issues know no borders. With the Green Deal, the European Union has set itself the goal of becoming the world leader in ecological transition. CNR is committed to being a partner of the EU for the implementation of this transition in the territories. This is reflected in close collaboration with the institutions of the Union and an investment in various European projects, alongside our business partners, communities, researchers, associations, R&D players in areas such as biodiversity, innovation , transport or agriculture.

Serendi PV Project

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The Serendi PV project aims to optimize the production of photovoltaic parks through the development of several innovative tools, and thus contributes to CNR’s objectives for the deployment of renewable and sustainable energies.

This project, winner of a call for proposals launched in 2019, will benefit from a grant awarded by the Horizon 2020 program, the European fund for research, development and innovation.

More informations about SERENDI PV


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Started at the end of 2019, ALPGRIDS aims to improve the energy systems of isolated geographic areas, thanks to microgrids and innovation. It represents the commitment made by CNR as a partner of the territories in the implementation of their energy transition.

This project received a grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Interreg Alpine Space program.

More information about ALPGRIDS

Quai des énergies Project

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A multi-renewable energy station integrated into the metropolitan area, in accordance with the low emissions zone (ZFE), the Energy Quay aims to increase the impact on energy transition through a dual dimension of partnership and education. A true cooperation project, it demonstrates CNR’s commitment to innovation in the service of green mobility.

Along with several projects supporting the development of renewable hydrogen for transport, the Quai des Energies received financial support from the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU).