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Liten supports startups in the digital and other tech spaces to commercialize solutions leveraging Liten technologies that address climate, energy, and environmental challenges. In this context, CEA has set up a specific program for the startup projects it supports, from the idea to the start of the company. These startups benefit from Liten's experience evaluating technologies, developing IP portfolios, and creating business models. Startup founders also gain access to Liten's vast network of partners, from industrial companies to venture capitalists.
Reach out to all Liten labs through awareness-raising programs and targeted campaigns to identify potential startup projects,
Ramp up strategy support, assistance putting together founding teams, and relationship-building with financers to speed up the emergence of new startup projects,
Participate actively in programs run by innovation and startup ecosystems.
License agreements that can encompass patents and know-how,
R&D through joint lab agreements,
Office and/or lab space as part of contract R&D services or joint lab agreements,
Equity shares (for spinoffs).
Whether you have already founded a startup, are seeking new opportunities, are looking for a partner ready to explore pioneering solutions, contact
Liten's energy startup coordinator Bertrand Coulon (email@example.com) to discuss your needs.
Heliup has designed ultralight, easy-to-install solar photovoltaic panels designed for the structural limitations of metal-frame buildings. The panels can meet 15% to 100% of a building’s electricity requirements.
With its state-of-the-art thermoelectricmaterials, Hotblock Onboard transforms heat intoelectricity and detects heat loss in buildings andindustrial processes.
Inocel, with its PEMFC (proton exchange membrane fuel cell) technology, is removing hurdles to the widespread adoption of fuel cells. The company’s fuel cell, which offers unrivalled power for its size, will be available in a 300 kW format in 2024.
Isorg transforms plastic and glass into interactive surfaces that can identify people, objects, and movements. Fingerprint sensors are the main target market.
Li-ion batteries are one of the pillars of the energy transition. PowerUp offers high-value-added services to optimize battery charging cycles, maintain like-new battery capacities, and extend battery lifespans.
Startup SEED-Energy was spun off from Liten in 2017 to evaluate the profitability of multi-energy, multi-technology and energy systems using an innovative software platform
Steadysun’s software predicts solar power plant production with a high degree of precision—anywhere in the world and for any type of solar photovoltaic panel technology. It also provides weather forecasting services.
Sublimed relieves chronic pain associated with osteoarthritis of the knee using a discreet and flexible transcutaneous neurostimulation patch. It is available in France and several European countries.
The same piece of Sylfen equipment can produce hydrogen, electricity, or heat depending on energy prices and user needs. It’s a competitive and extremely flexible solution.
More efficient, less expensive, and safer—the innovative lithium-ion batteries developed by WattAlps are electrifying a wide range of industrial vehicles, a major technological breakthrough that boosts productivity and profitability. Cleaner, quieter work sites mean that WattAlps batteries are good for the environment and for workers, too.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.