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Reducing the carbon footprint of ocean racing

Our educational exhibition will be open during the 12th edition of the Route du Rhum in Saint-Malo, being powered by GEH2® electro-hydrogen units. A great first!

The exhibition village in Saint-Malo, 2022

A unique experience

Our educational exhibition village dedicated to sustainable energies and hydrogen opened its doors in the village of the Route du Rhum - Destination Guadeloupe on October 25, until the race's start on November 6.

Exhibited for the first time in France during the Paris de l'hydrogène event and then in Singapore, this new immersive exhibition shows the solutions that exist to meet the challenges of the energy transition, but also to reduce the carbon footprint of ocean racing thanks to exclusive contents broadcasted in our auditorium.

An original program

Meetings with the crew members, exclusive videos, documentary screenings and educational content: the complete event program of our exhibition is to be discovered below!

The impact of water racing in the background

Victorien Erussard went to meet renowned skippers who are committed to a more sustainable race. Armel Le Cléac'h, François Gabart, Roland Jourdain, Yannick Bestaven, and many others: all of them are directly concerned by clean energy on board their boats and the ecological impact of their sport on the environment. Discover the first episode is dedicated to sustainable boats. Next up: energy autonomy on the ships!

A generator with multiple applications

A particularity to underline and not the least: all the educational exhibition as well as the big panoramic wheel are powered by electro-hydrogen groups GEH2 developed by EODev, an alternative to diesel generators.

The objective: to offer a concrete demonstration of zero-emission energy solutions and to show their full potential on event applications.

The exhibition village in Saint-Malo, 2022