Sustainable Lifestyle

Products and services for a cleaner, more helpful, and more comfortable living at each steps of life and in each spaces, to contribute to more wellness and meeting with responsible users’ needs.
Meet the 2020 finalists for this category:

EARTHWAKE, the machine that recycles plastic into fuel


Chrysalis creates a circular carbon economy! Developed by the Earthwake start-up, this machine uses pyrolysis technology to recycle plastic waste into petrol, diesel and gas. This intentionally low-tech solution is also mobile and energy self-sufficient.

EBIKEPORT, the durable, self-powered charging station


eBikePort is shaping new horizons for our cities. This self-powered multi-functional charging station serves electric bikes, scooters and smartphones, offers free WiFi and secure lockers for personal property.

LE CHEMIN DES MÛRES, the app that supports local food and local producers

Encouraging short food supply chains and the local economy: that’s Le Chemin des Mûres’s mission. This start-up has developed an app for food producers and suppliers. Its aim: to facilitate and reduce transport costs by pooling deliveries.

OCTOPUS LAB, taking care of indoor air quality

Octopus Lab

The Octopus Lab SaaS solution forecasts indoor air pollution levels, and controls building ventilation systems accordingly. The resulting air quality is guaranteed, even during spikes in CO2!

CO₂ Neutral Territories

Energy production, storage, and consumption to reduce everyone’s environmental impact in each and every territories.
Meet the 2020 finalists for this category:

BEFC, the eco-friendly battery made from paper and enzymes


This small, flexible, paper-thin battery is revolutionising the market for the button batteries used in small disposable electronic devices. This smart-designed, economical and non-toxic solution is created from bio-sourced materials.

RECICLALIA, sustainable recycling of wind turbine blades


Its patented technologies make this a timely solution for dismantling and recycling the composite materials contained in decommissioned wind turbine blades. The resulting glass and carbon fibres are reused by industry to promote a circular economy.

TRANSITION-ONE, the start-up that converts cars to electric in 4 hours


Transition-One converts the petrol and diesel engines of city cars and vans to electric in just 4 hours. Low carbon, efficient and affordable, this technology delivers a sustainable mobility transition solution for private motorists and fleet operators.

WATER HORIZON, the mobile battery that recovers waste heat

Water Horizon

This mobile battery recovers waste heat from industrial processes and recycles it in the form of heating or cooling wherever it is needed. An effective way of boosting the contribution made by renewables and reducing CO2 emissions.

Resilient Infrastructures

Connected tools, processes, and objects to improve operational performance and competitiveness, while reducing negative externalities.
Meet the 2020 finalists for this category:

ACWA ROBOTICS, revolutionising water supply system management

AWCA Robotics

This AI robot travels through water pipes to detect faults and makes it possible to organise repair of damaged sections before a leak occurs.

ENERGIOT, optimising power supply grids with autonomous sensors


Self-powered from the magnetic field generated by overhead transmission lines, these smart sensor devices can analyse the power supply grid to detect problems and considerably reduce maintenance costs, avoiding the use of millions of batteries.

INBOLT, digitalising manual industrial processes


Small and easily attached to any tools, InBolt modules record the movements of technicians working on industrial production lines, enabling them to apply real-time quality control.

WEEM, the connected booth that makes official procedures easier


The intuitive tablet-equipped WeeM soundproof booth is closing the digital divide by making online official procedures accessible to everyone.

Sport & Innovation

Innovative solutions and services in the field of sport which contribute to clean energy development and, more generally, improve sport performance while having a lasting societal impact.
Meet the 2020 finalists:

GOMYPARTNER, free sport for all

Go My Partner

Removing the cost disincentive around buying sports equipment or paying club membership fees. By purchasing their products from a partner store, consumers are now accumulating euros to fund their sports activities.

HUBBSTER, free access to sport


Hubbster installs lockers - or hubs - containing balls and rackets in public open spaces, and provides users with access via an app. The solution is designed to create social links, improve health and take back the city!

I WHEEL SHARE, the chatbot that facilitates disability sport

I Wheel Share

I Wheel Share has leveraged conversational intelligence technologies to design a chatbot that helps users to instantly identify nearby sports opportunities and facilities appropriate to their disabilities.

KINVENT, sensors for maximum sports performance


KINVENT uses connected biomechanical sensors to measure personal physical capabilities, generating data that enable coaches and physical therapists to target training and rehabilitation programmes more accurately and effectively. The results are better outcomes and maintained motivation.

LOMA INNOVATION, the infinitely shapable bespoke material

LOMA Innovation

A few seconds in a low-power microwave oven is all it takes to mould ski boots, dance shoes or shin guards made from LOMA Innovation's electroshapable material to your precise body shape.