Note 3/02 in your calendar because then we and our partners will immerse you in the wonderful world of #Life4Fish. Duri...24 December 2021
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innovation for wildlife
Luminus and its partners (UNamur, ULiège, Profish technologies, EDF R&D) received a grant from the European Commission in June 2017 to implement and validate different means of protection for two species of migratory fish in the Meuse, the silver eel and the smolt. The Life4Fish program was born. It aims to contribute to the protection of the two species through the sustainable exploitation of hydroelectric power plants.
The Life4Fish project symbolises Luminus’s determination to play an active part in renewable energy production and in the fight against climate change. It is a major challenge, linked to our local presence.
The decline of environmental quality, caused by global warming among other things, puts nature under a lot of pressure. Projects dedicated to the protection of biodiversity and the environment, like Life4Fish for fish fauna, therefore deserve special attention.
Green energy production aims at maximum respect for fauna and flora through the use of the best available technical means.
In order to properly implement this action plan for the protection of species, Luminus, your energy partner, has called upon the research departments of the universities of Liège and Namur, experts of the EDF Group and the company Profish.
This initiative fits perfectly with Luminus' purpose: to build a CO2-neutral energy future reconciling preservation of the planet, well-being and development through electricity and innovative solutions and services.
LIFE, a European program at the service of the environment.
Life4Fish is funded by the LIFE program, a financial instrument of the European Commission entirely dedicated to support projects in the fields of environment and climate.To know more about it
The partners of the Life4Fish project
In order to ensure an ambitious and innovative approach, the project is led by 5 partners from the public and private sectors, industry, scientific research, and associations.More information about the partners
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