Being a committed and responsible player also means building the world of tomorrow, today.
The Storengy innovation programme is a major vector in the growth of the company and the development of its employees. As an integral part of the corporate culture, this programme consists of two procedures:
- the emergence and deployment of good practices,
- the incubation of innovative solutions with a high added value in energy storage.
Organised each year, the Challenge Initiatives offer all employees the possibility of submitting their ideas to a jury. The winning ideas are then implemented and deployed on all Storengy sites.
The Storengy innovation programme is in particular driven by the new digital tools and usages, in order to improve the operational efficiency and support the cultural transformation while offering new experiences and new services to customers and partners .
Open innovation factory – Call for projects
Oxygen content in the gas chain
For several years, Storengy has been acting in the energy transition with innovative services of production and storage decarbonate energies (biogas, hydrogen…). Through ENIGIE BiOZ, its affiliate dedicated to biogas production, Storengy is also among one of the leaders of renewable gas in France with 20 units in exploitation. This represents 350 Gwh of energy production per year.
As a regulated underground natural gas storage operator, Storengy is involved with the development of renewable gas in infrastructures. This contributes to the security of gas supply for the country. Storengy then works with GTRgaz, GDF et Terega to launch the Open innovation factor. This develops a technical solution to reduce the oxygen content in the gas chain.
This call for projects will allow us to:
- identify efficient and economic O2 treatment,
- reinforce security regarding our clients sensitive to O2
- prevent potential breaks to biogas development
- reach injected volume biogas goals.
Start of the application period: 18th January 2022
Deadline for the application period: 2nd May 2022
To apply, visit the plateform Open innovation factory