French CleanTech

Sabella

Marine energy solutions


Sabella : Marine energy solutions

The company Sabella SAS was founded in 2008 by the Consortium Sabella response to early success of its tidal turbine technology. Consortium Sabella supports the development of ideas and concepts Hydrohélix, a young French SME particularly ingenious. The company now applies Sabella SAS to develop projects using its advanced tidal turbine technology, and this, in both France and Quebec and internationally.read more Read more

Neosens

Pure Sensor Solutions


Neosens : Pure Sensor Solutions

Neosens develops and markets a new generation of measuring instruments with sensors based on Microsystems technologies for monitoring and measuring the quality of water and industrial liquids. The product list includes unique and revolutionary sensors for continuous, real-time and in-situ measurement of fouling (biofilm & scale) thickness inside industrial equipment carrying water or industrial liquids, as well as monitoring solutions for continuous measurement with automatic calibration of dissolved oxygen at very low levels (ppb) in water or hydrocarbons.read more Read more

RC-Lux

Water treatment system


RC-Lux : Water treatment system

Founded in Meylan, RC-Lux offers innovative solutions for securing bacteriological water at its point of use, around its solution aquaCare. RC Lux was created in 2003 when Pascal Sortais, an LPSC research engineer and specialist in plasma and ion sources, realized that commercial UV lamps were expensive and offered a relatively low shelf life (merely a few thousand hours). With both this support and strong backing from investors, Pascal Sortais created RC Lux in January 2006, with his associate Xavier Pelletread more Read more

Global Bioenergies

Isobutene bioproduction


Global Bioenergies : Isobutene bioproduction

Founded in 2008 by Marc Delcourt and Philippe Marlière, Global Bioenergies is one of the few companies worldwide, and the only one in Europe, to develop processes for producing hydrocarbons biologically. The company is developing, under exclusive license, an innovative process of isobutene bioproduction, based on an artificial metabolic pathway involving enzymatic activities that are not known in natureread more Read more

Ederna

Membrane contactors technology


Ederna : Membrane contactors technology

Natural odorant molecules have a high added value and are very widely employed in the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics or perfume industries. Their separation, traditionally ensured by distillation or liquid-liquid extraction, remains a difficult and costly operation. New technologies are now being developed. One of these is membrane contactors developed by a french cleantech company named Ederna which, because of their compactness, flexibility, selectivity and low energy and solvent consumption, have undeniable advantages.read more Read more