French CleanTech
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Robin Sun

Glass wall producing hot water


Robin Sun : Glass wall producing hot water

Robin Sun is a french company which has developed a system of hot water from solar collectors integrated into a semi transparent glass. Developed in partnership with the INSA Strasbourg (National Institute of science and technology applied in Strasbourg), this glass solar qualities may be of interest to construction professionals.read more Read more

Brochier technologies

Photocatalytic pollution control solution


Brochier technologies : Photocatalytic pollution control solution

Brochier Technologies is a french company specialised in optical fibre weaving solutions for light applications in lighting, communications, safety, pollution control, and medical fields. The company developed an innovative UVtex technology which is a photovoltaic pollution control solution using optical fibre plastics and UV light.read more Read more

JD Transbio

Bio degradable production pot


JD Transbio : Bio degradable production pot

JD TRANSBIO is a young french company, based in Lyon, which produced pots for the garden of plastic based potato starch, which are well within the sustainable development approach. It is a product containing GM-free starch, which decreases by 68% CO2 emitted during the transport, manufacturing and operation compared to a petro-chemical. JD Transbio is a french company, based in Lyon, which  produced pots for the garden of plastic based potato starch, which are well within the sustainable development approach. It is a product containing GM-free starch, which decreases by 68% CO2 emitted during the transport, manufacturing and operation compared to a petro-chemical.read more Read more

Opaly

Active solar envelope


Opaly : Active solar envelope

OPALY implements the conception and the manufacturing of solar envelops for industrial logistic and commercial buildings, in order to supply heating solutions adapted to professionals wanting to decrease their environmental impact without reducing their ability to invest into their profession.read 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