About the company

Startup or self-employed

Members type

73370 Le Bourget-du-Lac, France

Company size

Jean-Michel Amaré and Pierre-Jean Bonnefond



  • Affordable and clean energy

  • Sustainable cities and communities



Alliance member


Atawey makes the zero emission mobility possible with a dedicated electric and hydrogen refueling infrastructure

ATAWEY designs and manufactures hydrogen system for decentralized application. First of them is the refueling station for zero emission mobility fleet (up to 20 cars) and the second one is the power supply systems for off-grid sites (telecom antenna or touristic sites). ATAWEY has developped specific electrolyzer for these applications and designs turnkey system to promote solution to the customer needs.

Company Atawey


Offer Atawheel

Atawheel is a decentralized hydrogen refueling station to initiate hydrogen mobility or cover large territories

Atawheel is an autonomous and green refueling station with hydrogen production on-site with a unique non corrosive electrolyzer developed by Atawey. These station can initiate refueling for fleet up to 20 cars a day or can cover territories to reduce "underserved white areas" and accelerate hydrogen mobility network. The investment in hydrogen infrastructure is limited and the load factor of the station is high so the real hydrogen price is affordable.

Available in
Southern Europe, Western Europe, Jersey, United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Guernsey,

Categories of application
Affordable and clean energy, Sustainable cities and communities

Sector of application
Renewable fuels, Energy storage, Urban and inter-urban mobility


Remote power supply

Offer Remote power supply

ATAWEY's system delivers energy anytime and anywhere with its specific storage architecture with battery and hydrogen

ATAWEY's system meets the challenges of energy supply (in terms of energy in reserve and/or power), in the harshest conditions (altitude and cold or heat and humidity), while respecting the environment (no noise or atmospheric nuisance). It resolves the problem of intermittent production of renewable energies from photovoltaic, wind or hydraulic sources, the only natural sources available on isolated sites. By providing sustainable storage, it limits all wastage and guarantees the supply whatever the variability and changes in consumption. It also saves space and reduces costs for the user. Thanks to this system, a site can achieve total electrical autonomy over the year, without over-sizing its renewable energy installation.

Available in
Caribbean, Central Asia, Southern Asia, South-Eastern Asia, Eastern Europe, Northern Europe, Australia and New Zealand, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, Morocco, Algeria, Bolivia, Chile, Falkland Islands, French Guiana, Guyana, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Brazil, Argentina, Mongolia, Japan, China,

Categories of application
Affordable and clean energy

Sector of application
Clean energy production, Energy storage

Tested implementation