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The future of renewable energy solutions sails into London

by Energy Observer 4 Oct 2019 05:17 UTC
Energy Observer arrives in London © Lloyd Images

Energy Observer, the world's first hydrogen vessel, arrives in London on its 47th stopover, the final in 2019 as part of its 6 year world tour.

The vessel, nominated as the French ambassador for the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals, will remain in London for 10 days at St. Katherine's Pier.

The exhibition at St. Katherine Docks, which is open to the public, showcases the future for mixed energy solutions which the incredible vessel offers.

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