Wind energy, both onshore and offshore, plays a critical role in the world’s transition to carbon-free energy sources. With a product lifespan of 30 years and a wind turbine recyclability rate of 85% to 90%, the wind power industry is now looking to close the remaining gap by designing and manufacturing the first 100% recyclable wind turbine blade. ©credit Manche Drones Production The ZEBRA (Zero wastE Blade ReseArch) project, driven by IRT Jules Verne, now brings together...
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Because health is our priority, and given the latest strict containment measures taken by French President, IRT Jules Verne adapts its organization. Our priority : to protect our staff and contribute to brake the virus spread while maintaining as much as we can a continuity of our activity. Therefore, all IRT Jules Verne's facilities are now closed and all our staff works from home from now on. However, your usual contacts can still be reached by...
Place : Lyon
Come and see IRT Jules Verne's booth at the 6th edition of the SIDO exhibit. Join the adventure on...
Place : Amsterdam
Our Composite materials processes team will participate to Sampe Europe virtual Conference 20. Mansor Ndiaye, PhD student of "PERFORM"...
Place : Atlanta
Du 15 au 17 décembre 2020, l'IRT Jules Verne exposera au salon Techtextil à Atlanta. L'équipe du projet FORCE...