ESIN

European Small Islands Federation

Îles du Ponant energy projects interest “Les îles de la Madeleine” Canada – Québec

 

First stop : Normandy – Chausey archipelago

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Jonathan Lapierre, Formal mayor of îles de la madeleine, and members of the american delegation experiments Hydrogen Bicycle in Saint-Lô  – Normandy – F

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A 11 persons delegation from Québec – Canada, involved in energy transition, visited îles du Ponant last november (19th – 26th). After a visit in Normandy (Chausey archipelago), they went to Ouessant to visit new electricity storage system, renewable production units (solar cells & Sabella tidal current turbine). They met all partners involved in energy transition working on electricity consumption reduction, renewable electricity production, storage & energy management system.

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French representants including mayors of îles de Sein, Molène et Ouessant & american visitors on Ushant.

The last visit was on île d’Yeu, the french municipality having the national record of electric vehicules density on its territory.

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The next step will may 2018 when a “rendez-vous” is organized on îles de la Madeleine

with support of Coopérationlogo coop franco-québec

     France – Québec.

The subject will be    

“renewable energy in isolated territories and islands.”

 

 

 

 

1 Comment»

  Christian wrote @

All ESINers remember well Yeu and its ambitions on acquiring the national record of electric vehicules density in France. And there you are! Well done!


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