Ingenious Particles: Solar Energy for Africa
Ingenious Particles were recently invited to ENGIE's Energy Lab at Vivatech. The young, Nantes- and Paris-based startup develops solar energy solutions for people who live outside mainstream energy networks, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. Rodolphe Rosier, the founder, tells us about his plans for the future.Ca m'intéresse
Bio-polymers and industrial performance: what if the human factor was crucial...
Using nature's intelligence to develop new solutions for industrial performance and avoiding the use of polluting chemicals: this is the idea developed by Marianne Gallardo and her partners, who have been working for several years to show that an idea can have more than one life if it is well documented and implemented.Ca m'intéresse
ENGIE Innovation Week 2016 in the UK : putting the UK on the innovation map!
ENGIE Innovation Week 2016 was an international event designed to celebrate, share and enhance the innovative spirit and ideas that we see throughout the Group.During the week ENGIE UK ran hackathons (including one for students at the University of Sussex), debates, conferences and exhibitions on themes including corporate responsibility, Energy Transition, Smart Cities, Energy Storage and Green Mobility.Ca m'intéresse
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