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Five start-ups join the incubator launched by GDF SUEZ and Paris&Co “For better energy in the City”

Sustainable mobility
16/03/2015

This selection results from a call for applications issued by GDF SUEZ jointly with Paris&Co and closed end of September 2014. Five innovative start-ups were selected to integrate the incubator “For better energy in the City”. Each of these young companies bears new solutions, likely to meet today the challenges of tomorrow. “Energy within the city is a fast-moving sector. Turning ideas into innovative solutions means creating tomorrow’s products and offers”, said Jean-Louis Blanc, thus highlighting the vocation of the GDF SUEZ / Paris&Co partnership. (Paris&Co is the new innovation, attractiveness and economic development agency of the city of Paris)

These star-ups will benefit from a privileged environment combining the skills of GDF SUEZ with the know-how of Paris&Co. The key objective of this program is to guide these innovative companies in order to foster the experimentation and development of new service or product offers. GDF SUEZ will provide specific coaching-mentoring by internal experts of the Group, with the aim to enable business partnerships with the Group.

Start-ups’ description:

-DATAPOLE: a Saas mode software publisher that develops activity monitoring indicators, performance measurement and decision-support tools providing better understanding and anticipation of an activity’s uncertainty.

-ENERGIENCY: offers the first software integrating the power of the big data, the cloud and predictive analysis to identify and develop new energy savings’ sources within manufacturing.

-PARTNERING 3.0: invented the first “neuro-inspired”, interactive robot, DIYA ONE, created for users’ wellbeing and better indoor environment quality.

-SHARETTE: provides a car-sharing application for urban zones that embeds public transportation networks.

-SMART IMPULSE: developer of the “Smart Analyzer®”, a new-generation single meter that provides at all and any time the energy consumption breakdown by energy usage to building managers.

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Source: Juliette Le Reste