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Cleantech Open France

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Cleantech Open France


The Cleantech Open France is looking for the best clean technology ideas from around the country. This is the largest cleantech accelerator program in France and it belongs to the largest international network of cleantech startups, the Cleantech Open founded in California, which has a presence in more than 20 countries worldwide.

Since its foundation by Ecosys Group in 2010, Cleantech Open France has worked with over 400 cleantech entrepreneurs by developing their business models and secure their first customers in France and internationally. This program accelerates the marketing and the industrialization of technologies positively impacting climate.

Each year, 70 startups take part in Cleantech Open France and a judging panel of cleantech experts, investors and entrepreneurs select the winning teams which will win a mentoring program and a chance to represent France in the international competition of Cleantech Open, the Global Forum in California.

Cleantech Open France is uniting and motivating a community of more than 400 startups, large industrial groups, SMEs, financial agencies, public entities and media.

Cleantech Open France is funded and supported by big corporates (Engie, Butagaz, BNP Paribas) public agencies (Climate-KIC, Bpifrance, Ademe, Brittany Region), investors (Alter Equity, Capagro) and advisory firms (Eurus, Santarelli).

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