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  • Old wind turbine blades re-used as bridges
    At a glance 2 min

    Old wind turbine blades re-used as bridges

    In Ireland, end-of-life wind turbine blades could be a material of choice for the bridges of tomorrow....

  • 100% recyclable wind turbine blades
    At a glance 2 min

    100% recyclable wind turbine blades

    After 30 years of loyal service, the first wind turbines to be commissioned are now reaching the end of their lives. While 85 to 90% of their mass is recyclable, the blades are not....

  • Solar power stations floating on water
    At a glance 2 min

    Solar power stations floating on water

    A few years ago, Ciel et Terre, a pioneer and leader in the floating solar energy systems market, developed the Hydrelio system, an optimised floating structure making it possible to install solar pow...

  • Little Sun, the little solar lamp all grown up
    At a glance 2 min

    Little Sun, the little solar lamp all grown up

    In an article published in 2013 under the title “Sunshine and plastics: bright ideas for a better world”, we talked about Little Sun, a small sun-shaped solar-powered lamp designed by two Scandinavian...

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