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Licenciements discriminatoires, CGT, GRDF, Discrimination syndicale, Actions judiciaires

France: CGT accuses GRDF of discriminatory dismissals in the Paris region

The CGT denounces discriminatory dismissals at GRDF, the gas distributor. Disciplinary actions targeting unionized agents have been unveiled, with accusations of racial and gender discrimination. GRDF’s management denies these allegations, claiming that the dismissals are justified by wrongdoing. The CGT plans to mobilize and pursue legal action to challenge these decisions.

Siemens Energy, États-Unis, Énergies renouvelables, Hydrogène, Investissements

Siemens Energy plans to focus on U.S. power grids to capitalize on IRA momentum

Siemens Energy plans to strengthen its presence in the United States to seize opportunities in renewable energies and hydrogen. Favorable regulations and growing demand in these sectors are prompting the company to consider setting up local production. As the U.S. and Europe compete for investment, Siemens Energy is exploring new opportunities while ensuring a balance between the U.S. and European markets. The expansion of electrolyser capacity at the Berlin plant and the growing interest of American customers testify to the boom in commercial hydrogen projects in the United States.

France: Propane gas distribution network in 30,757 cities by 2022

The growth of propane tanker networks in France testifies to the growing importance of this energy solution in rural areas. Offering a reliable supply, reduced pollution and competitive rates, propane is a turnkey alternative for individuals and professionals.

Shell actionnaires

Shell maintains shareholder confidence despite turbulent AGM

Shell won the support of the majority of shareholders at its annual general meeting, despite doubts about its energy transition. The financial statements and executive compensation were adopted unanimously, but the energy transition plan received only 80% support.

Supervisory Board of thyssenkrupp AG approves appointment of new CEO

Miguel Ángel López Borrego, an internationally experienced executive, will take over as the new CEO of thyssenkrupp AG on June 1, 2023. His appointment follows a unanimous decision by the company’s Supervisory Board, based on a recommendation by the Personnel Committee.