This year, the LNE is highlighting its commitment to the energy transition. To meet the climate challenge, LNE is supporting the development of renewable energies and helping everyone to achieve greater energy sobriety.
LNE works alongside the academic, industrial and standards communities to address societal and environmental issues. Our expertise in metrology is highly strategic for all these issues, and our ability to understand the impact of our activities on the planet requires cutting-edge metrology. To meet the climate challenge, we support the development of renewable energies: solar, wind, smart electricity grids, hydrogen, etc. and we accompany everyone's efforts to achieve greater energy sobriety: aerial thermography, solar cadastre, lighting, connected devices, etc.
We support the decarbonisation of energies, the use of renewable energies, and are committed to improving the energy performance of our own laboratories. Technological innovation is also an essential lever for the ecological transition. Every day, LNE's research activities in materials science, electricity and thermometry are helping to bring about ever more promising innovations.