Since 2014, the Fundtruck operation launched by Sowefund allows in a fun and original way to connect startups and investors.
Strictly Parisian at first, the Fundtruck gradually spread to several major French regions: Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon and Nantes.
The last stage of the Fundtruck tour, before the Grand Finale on November 15 at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, will be Paris, on September 20 with several stages throughout the city, including one at ENGIE La Defense, who is an historical partner of the Fundtruck.
Come and vote for your favorite startup:
A.I.Mergence allows securing indoor spaces thanks to a robot that is mobile, discreet, multifunctional and 100% autonomous. E4 is able to both detect an intruder through its facial recognition system and trigger a powerful alarm and flashing light flashes. He is also able to identify a fire or water leak and identify other anomalies.
Flycup Packaging creates and markets innovative and eco-responsible food packaging for fast-food and take-out brands. Its goal is to improve the consumer experience and reduce packaging waste.
In Sun We Trust
In Sun We Trust offers a unique service to support a solar project from A to Z, being present at all stages: reflection, estimation, connection with certified installers, and project monitoring. 40 local authorities have already called upon them to encourage their population to switch to photovoltaics.
Smartrenting is a new generation real estate agency that allows people with mobility projects to go abroad without worrying about their housing.
GE planning on building taller 3D-printed base wind towers
The renewables sector is in perpetual search of improvement to maximize the efficiency of the different energy sources. In the case of wind power, this search has been focused on finding where the wind is blowing the strongest, and optimizing along the whole operation chain, from the production of the tower to its installation on site, to be more efficient and more sustainable.I'm interested
Growing in the shade of solar power
Whether it’s in temperate climates or more arid regions, co-locating crops and solar panels is a win-win solution. The idea of co-locating photovoltaics and agriculture was first suggested in 1981 by Adolf Goetzberger and Armin Zastrow and it has progressed in Japan since 2004 under the impetus of Akira Nagashima. Many types of crops such as citrus fruits, cucumbers, rice and vines can benefit. The technique...I'm interested
Towards a carbon neutral agriculture
According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, by 2050 more than 66% of the 9 billion people on earth will live in cities, up from 43% today. That’s nearly 3 billion more city dwellers than in 2020. This growing urban population will mean that more food will have to be produced as close to cities as possible and with cleaner and cleaner energy.I'm interested
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