Steel by electrolysis, Stellantis order from LSI, SNCF light trains, Technip Energies… The five most read articles of the week

1 – Why are we only now thinking of producing steel by electrolysis?

Will the essential decarbonization of the steel industry lead to the replacement of blast furnaces by electrolytic cells, similar to those used in aluminium? The answer is not so obvious…

2 – Stellantis orders 3.5 million euros of parts from the Creuse equipment manufacturer LSI, in great difficulty

In the grip of financial difficulties for several months, the automotive supplier LSI based in La Souterraine (Creuse) will benefit from an order for parts. Passed by Stellantis, it amounts to 3.5 million euros.

3 – The SNCF wants to travel light to attract more travelers

To revive small lines and reduce operating costs, SNCF and its partners are working on three innovative projects: TLI, Draisy and Flexy.

4 – How Technip Energies prepares the post-gas

Since regaining its independence in 2021, the French oil services company Technip Energies has been investing in energy transition technologies.

5 – [L’instant tech] How Safran will test the first fuel cell on board an aircraft

Safran is seeking to accelerate the implementation of the fuel cell on board aircraft. To launch the first tests, the group has just invested in the British company Cranfield Aerospace Solutions. She will use her aircraft as a flying laboratory for her technologies.

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