Live from Saint-Malo and as part of the start of the Route du Rhum – Destination Guadeloupe, Bretagne Développement Innovation is organising a programme at the Palais du Grand Large on the theme of decarbonising maritime transport. Moderated by Virginie Valentini, the round-table discussion will focus on the solutions developed in Brittany. The conference will focus in particular on renewable hydrogen and wind-powered ship propulsion technologies.
Theme: decarbonisation of maritime transport
Time: from 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Location: Palais du Grand Large – Rotunda Room
Daniel Cueff, Vice-president of the Brittany Region, in charge of the sea and the coastline
Emmanuel Bensadoun, Head of the France Hydrogen expertise and studies department
Olivier Ticos, Managing Director of Alca Torda
Erwan Jacquin, Project Manager at the French Maritime Cluster
Amaury Bolvin, co-founder and managing director of Zéphyr & Borée
The round table will bring together experts who will share their views on the solutions offered by renewable hydrogen and wind-powered ships to help decarbonise maritime transport. They will discuss the technological, financial and logistical challenges involved in each of the solutions mentioned, depending on the different types of maritime use and the objectives of competitiveness and reducing the environmental footprint. Mr Daniel Cueff will conclude this round table.