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Wednesday, June 17th 2015, from 2:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., at the MuCEMIn the presence of Jean-Louis BLANC, Member of the Executive Committee of ENGIE, Director of the Sales, Innovation and New Business DepartmentSign Up


2:30 p.m.: Demonstrations from startups and of innovative projects

4:30 p.m.: Pitches from startups chosen by visitors to the marketplace

5:30 p.m.: COP21 Conference: Climate Issues and Solutions for the Energy Transition for the Mediterranean region

In addition to the MED COP21 and as part of its “Tour de France of Climate Solutions”, ENGIE will bring together local stakeholders (municipalities, industrial groups, universities, associations, startups) in order to present the issues at hand and solutions for the territorial energy transition.


Annick DELHAYE, Vice President of the Conseil Régional Provence-Alpes Côte d’Azur, delegate for sustainable development, the environment, energy and climate

Frédéric CHEVALIER, Founder of thecamp

Paul COLOMBANI, Deputy Director of the EPA Euroméditerranée

Christine FAURE-FEDIGAN, Head of corporate climate policy, ENGIE Group

Stéphane HANROT, Research Department Director of ENSA de Marseille

Thomas JUNG, President of Thassalia, ENGIE Group

Yves MATHIEU, Co-Director of Public Projects and Co-coordinator of global public debate on climate

Philippe STEFANINI, Executive Director of Provence Promotion 

If you wish to attend one or several of these conferences, please sign up by filling in the following form 

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