PROGRESS TOWARD 100% CLEAN ENERGY

November 13, 2019

DESPITE FEDERAL POLICY DESIGNED TO PROMOTE FOSSIL FUELS, A RENEWABLE ENERGY TRANSITION IS UNDERWAY, LED BY COMMUNITIES AND STATES THROUGHOUT THE U.S. A growing number of cities are choosing to transition to 100% clean energy – and dozens have already hit that target – while the list of states committed to a 100% renewable energy future also continues to grow. This local and state demand has contributed to a near doubling of renewable energy generation since 2008.

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Technip

Energy is at the core of Technip. If energy were easy, there would be no need for a company like Technip. Today and tomorrow, we work with our clients, wherever they are, to bring energy to the world. With engineering, technologies, project management and construction, we safely deliver the best solutions for our clients to meet the world energy challenge. Present in 45 countries, Technip has state-of-the-art industrial assets on all continents and operates a fleet of specialized vessels for pipeline installation and subsea construction. From the deepest offshore developments to the largest and most complex onshore infrastructures, our close to 31,000 people are constantly expanding the limits of the possible. What we accomplish, together with our partners, is nothing short of amazing. Because taking it further is what we do.

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