Philippe Diviné (Renault) and Philippe Rosier (Symbio) review the current state of hydrogen applied to mobility.
You will learn all about the origin and development of the hybrid technology of the E-Tech and E-Tech Plug-in range
Could it be time to brush up on your knowledge?
Inter-modal transport, clean bus services, car sharing…
The eco-neighbourhood of Lombok (Utrecht) integrates the electric vehicle within broader reflections on the city, modes of consumption or energy distribution networks.
Optimised bike-sharing services, easier parking, intelligent street lighting… L’ADN has selected for you five innovative initiatives for better living in the city.
The electric car is gradually changing land-use planning.
How do you design the mobility of the future without considering the question of inclusivity? Discover initiatives driving inclusion
As cities become more and more divided, paying close attention to the needs and behaviours of their inhabitants can help reshape them
The battery has a first automotive life, then a second life outside the vehicle to store energy for other needs, before finally being recycled.
Video interview by L’ADN with the author of "Permaéconomie"
Groupe Renault and its partners work to ensure that 99% of the island’s energy is renewable by 2030
Greener public transportation, electric bicycles, ‘zero-emission' airplanes...
How the French armed forces are reducing their carbon footprint? Consuming less, consuming better, consuming safer
Crossed interview between experts from Groupe Renault and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation: Towards a new circular model
Easier access to shared, connected, sustainable transport solutions, shared mobility for towns and shared locks for bicycles...
Developed with a concern for acute research into efficiency, it is the most powerful Renault engine, all energies combined.
Energy management, habitability and life on board benefit from the innovations of the CMF-EV platform.
Future mobility and open innovation expert Judit Batayé explains how shared mobility will help build better transport in the future
Noémie Aubron, expert consultant in innovation processes: “Low tech is necessarily going to have an impact on mobility”
Drawing on its electrical expertise, Groupe Renault offers a perfectly mature technology, combining dynamism and economy.
Renault Captur E-TECH Plug-in is the first Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle, for all, in its segment
Thanks to maximised electric driving time, these engines save fuel.
Discover the pleasure of electric driving.