First launched back in 2017, Energy Observer aimed to be the first vessel to circumnavigate the globe entirely self-sufficiently, thanks to renewable energies and hydrogen, without emitting any polluting emissions or noise. To be more specific, it’s capable of producing decarbonized hydrogen onboard, thanks to its energy technologies.
It’s powered by renewable solar, wind, with and hydrogen fuel cell technologies to convert seawater into energy. More specifically, it uses three types of solar panels spanning a surface of 130 square meters, two vertical axis wind turbines, a traction kite, two reversible electric motors of hydrogenation, a lithium battery, a desalination machine, electrolyzer, compressor, fuel cell, and 62 kg of hydrogen. It made its first stop in Paris, where it started its mission to raise awareness and offer education on sustainability, led by Jérôme Delafosse, a passionate reporter as well as sea explorer.
- MASSIVE SCIENCE KIT FOR CURIOUS KIDS - More than 15 experiment activities including dueling water tornadoes, building an erupting volcano, growing a crystal, two geologic dig kits, and more
- ENOUGH TO GO AROUND - This science lab allows kids to conduct multiple experiments and is great to share with family, friends, or classmates; you will enjoy the magic of discovery together
- THE SECRET IS THE SCIENCE - A detailed learning guide teaches the science at work in the experiments, allowing your child to develop a deep, lasting appreciation for a variety of Earth sciences
Our new visual identity is a powerful illustration of Energy Observer’s evolution. It heralds a turning point in our young yet dynamic history and underlines our positioning as a mature brand and a committed protagonist, which rolls up its sleeves to implement practical solutions that respect the environment. With an expert, passionate team and committed, loyal partners, we believe in a sustainable future and we’re pulling out all the stops to help make that happen,” said Victorien Erussard, Founder of Energy Observer.