Réseau PEXE, the French Cleantech network, is the leading network of French cleantech clusters. Its main objective is to structure and promote the cleantech industry to accelerate the development of its 5000 SMEs.
Réseau PEXE, The French Cleantech network, is the leading network of French cleantech clusters. Close to 40 cleantech clusters are united within the PEXE to develop green growth, generate business opportunities, foster innovation and support cleantech startups and SMEs. Our members represent about 5 000 cleantech companies and research entities active in the fields of:
· Air – soil – waste – water
· Renewable Energy, Energy efficiency and smart grids
· Biodiversity – Environmental engineering and eco-materials
PEXE operates as an organized network which focusses on:
· Increasing internationalization of French cleantechs
· Strengthening innovation
· Facilitating access to finance and investments
Each year, the Forum national des éco-entreprises organized by the PEXE in partnership with the French Environment & Energy Management Agency brings together the main players in the environmental sector as well as the main public and private sectors decision-makers, eco-entrepreneurs, institution officials, as well as the representatives of environmental business networks, professional unions, and clusters.
A sustainable insulation solution for green affordable housing and energy conservation: locally produced, fire-proof, light mineral foam.
Environmental impact simulation and forecast service
Zero-waste construction of "green buildings"
BAB "Battery Autonomy Booster"
Silicon nanopowder for energy storage enhancement
OASIS: Multimodal Hydroactive System
Green roofing for biodiversity and urban planning
Optimized active balancing circuit for battery efficiency
Europa V5 – Cleanea
A technology that produces ecological disinfectant and degreaser through an electrolysis process.
myUpcyclea enables carbon neutral buildings
AVOB Smart Demand Response
An advanced SaaS platform to balance energy consumption in residential and commercial buildings with electrical grids needs (diffuse Demand Response).