Call for project closed the 15|02|18
Whether it has to do with wind, solar, biomass, or others, the future of energy is in renewables. And consumers are increasingly becoming independent energy producers, whether for personal use or to sell back to local or national networks.
ENGIE, as a major player in renewable energy production, is looking for innovative solutions and business models related to producing, managing and distributing such energies. The winners of this call for projects will be invited to exhibit with ENGIE during the 3rd edition of Viva Technology, which will take place from May 24th to 26th, 2018.
We are seeking both independent solutions and bricks that can be integrated into existing projects. They can be for individuals (B2C), businesses (B2B) or communities (B2T). Please make sure to clarify your target segment in your response.
This call focuses on three main subject areas:
Deadline for submissions: February 15th , 2018
Rewards and benefits if your project is selected:
Learn more about Viva Technology
VivaTech is the world’s rendezvous for startups and leaders to celebrate innovation. It takes place at Porte de Versailles, Paris on 24–26 May 2018.
From top speakers and exhibitions to open innovation and live experiences, VivaTech is a celebration of today’s innovations and tomorrow’s possibilities for everyone who believes in the power of technology to transform business and society.
More than 68,000 visitors attended the 2017 edition, and this year builds on that success as startups, business leaders, investors, academics, students, and media from around the world descend on Paris for three packed days. The first two days are dedicated to professionals when the third day opens its door to the general public.
ENGIE and innovation
As major industrial player and supplier of public utility services for more than 150 years, ENGIE is convinced that the world of energy is undergoing a profound and lasting transformation. Given this situation, the Group has set itself the goal of becoming the leader of the energy transition in Europe, relying particularly on innovation to do so. This spirit is fundamental to all of the Group’s actions, allowing us to turn good ideas into operational solutions to serve our customers.
The Group has also changed its internal organization to foster entrepreneurial creativity. New tools and processes have been set up to ensure that innovation contributes to the Group's long-term development. We regularly launch calls for projects with startups, who have already submitted nearly 2000 applications!
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