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On june 4th, 2019, at the end of the European Sustainable Development week, Station F, at the instigation of the Ministry of Ecological and Solidary Tansition, gathered more than 130 start-ups, some forty investors, large accounts, CSR managers,  experts and journalists during its annual Meet’Up of the Green Tech Verte.

Green Tech Verte: around a goal to become an actor of the ecological transition

The French tech commits and mobilises itself with effectiveness towards climate emergency: Station F indicates it willingness to create a network of incubators in favour of ecological transition and efficient digital technology and organised anew this year meetings with investors and young innovators branded Green Tech Verte and to enable their projects to come into existence so that we could together achieved the objectives of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) as quickly as possible.

The selected innovative start-ups that work in favor of the ecological transition, supported by Green Tech Verte since 2016, displayed their works on stalls divided into 8 thematic villages:

  • circular economy
  • energetic efficiency
  • renewable energies
  • risks management
  • building and sustainable city
  • efficient and lean transports
  • health-environment
  • water and biodiversity
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Brune Poirson with our CEO, Gregory Labrousse











We were present at Station F and we have met Madam the Secretary of State Brune Poirson who announced the list of the laureates of the second Call for Interest.

All the morning long, round tables take turns on the following topics:

  • “Multi-annual energy planning: which directions and consequences for innovative companies?”
  • “Innovative companies and public services: which collaborations?”
  • “Digital technology and Environment “