Leading European cleantech startups meet in Geneva
June 17, 2009 //
e European Tech Tour Association has selected 24 startup and early-stage cleantech companies to present at its inaugural Cleantech Summit 2009, which takes place June 17 and 18 in Geneva.
The meeting is expected to draw venture capital executives as a part of its audience providing the companies with an opportunity to benefit from investment.
The 24 presenting companies were selected from more than 300 applicants by a committee of cleantech investors and industry executives, ETT said, and span segments such as: solar, wind, wave and bio energy; energy efficiency and storage; clean transport; biomaterials; and waste management.
Among the 24 companies are at least eight that have strong roots in the semiconductor and electronics sector:
Heliatek GmbH (Dresden, Germany) working on organic photovoltaics; Hymite A/S (Alleroed, Denmark) which develops and manufactures packages for solid-state lighting applications; Juice Technology Ltd. (Hoddesdon, England) which provides energy management technology and systems for LED lighting; Novaled AG (Dresden, Germany) which provides OLED materials and device technology; Watteco SAS (La Garde, France) which is a system on chip (SoC) company that had developed a power-line-communication system for the smart energy command and control market; Cellera Ltd. (Caesarea, Israel) which is attempting to reduce the cost of low temperature fuel cells based on a platinum-free membrane technology; Revolt Technology Ltd. (Staefa, Switzerland) ReVolt has developed a rechargeable zinc air battery technology and SiC Processing AG (Hirschau, Germany) which is recycling slurry from the wafer sawing process back to the photovoltaic and semiconductor industries.All news
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