This is a crucial time for the world of energy and for our civilization: The transition from fossil fuels to renewables is proceeding with small but relentless steps. Eni is working on this switch in many of the countries it operates, which are already experiencing the benefits of such a change. If we want to ensure the world a sustainable future, renewables are the only answer.

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To mark the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death, the National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan has opened the largest permanent exhibition in the world dedicated to the Italian Renaissance master. Da Vinci's works transformed art, science and technology for future generations. Transformation is a cornerstone of Eni's strategy, which is why Eni has joined forces with the National Museum of Science and Technology to support STEM education and inspire students through da Vinci's works.

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A scale for neutrinos

Just how much does a neutrino weigh? KATRIN is a weighing scale built to answer that question. Unlike the scale in your home or even the ones found in a chemistry lab, KATRIN's cutting-edge electronic control system determines weight by detecting mass with exceptional precision.

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The Business and Market Fair that recently took place in Sanzule, Ghana featured local crops, livestock and manufactured goods, thanks in part to the Livelihood Restoration Plan (LRP), one of Eni's initiatives to diversify the local economy. The LRP program provided training and support to start new businesses to approximately 1,400 people from 205 households, invigorating entrepreneurship in the community.

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Hydrogen is the most widespread element in nature, found in everything from the ocean depths to the air we breathe, in every earthly substance and in stardust. Hydrogen is the foundation stone of the universe. In terms of energy, its applications are widespread, including fuel cells, industry and space. It's hydrogen that launches into orbit satellites, space stations, monitors, telecommunications systems and probes destined to fly about for decades.

Eni, Toyota and the city council of Venice have agreed to assess whether they can build a service station for filling vehicles powered by hydrogen. The site for the new plant will be chosen soon, and our eye is on Bavaria, where hydrogen cars are making great headway.

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Ferrera Erbognone, a small town in the northern Italian province of Pavia, is home to one of the most cutting-edge computing centers in the world: Eni's Green Data Center. All of the geophysical and seismic prospecting data Eni produces from all over the world ends up here. Now, the Green Data Center is welcoming a new supercomputing system: HPC5, an advanced version of the already powerful HPC4. Due to be completed by early 2020, HPC5 will triple the Green Data Center's computing power, from 18.6 to 52 petaflops, equivalent to 52 million billion mathematical operations per second.

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Earlier this year, two powerful cyclones struck the northern coast of Mozambique and were followed by months of torrential rain. Mozambique faced an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. "The coast road from Pemba airport to the city center and its harbor was totally destroyed," said Franco Picciani, operations manager at Eni Rovuma Basin. The damage brought the city's economy to a standstill.

Eni answered the call, providing its equipment and expertise. "We rebuilt the coast road in less than two months," Picciani said. "We work in the area. We have a logistics base here. It's home to us. When the area needed help, we didn't stop to think about it for a minute. It goes without saying that we should look after the community we work in."

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