EDF Pulse Ventures news
EDF Pulse Ventures carried out a deep dive on long duration energy storage (LDES)
Long duration energy storage (LDES) solutions are being developed, particularly to accelerate the decarbonization of the energy mix. Faced with this emerging trend, EDF Pulse Ventures - EDF group’s corporate venture capital, has carried out a deep dive in this field.
6 questions to Enerbrain about EDF Pulse Venture’s investment in its capital
EDF Pulse Ventures has invested in italian startup Enerbrain in 2021. Giuseppe Giordano, CEO & co-founder of Enerbrain, explains the benefits of having EDF Pulse Ventures as a shareholder.
Masteos, a turnkey rental investment proptech announces that it has completed a new €12 million round of financing (extension of its Series A), in which EDF took part via its corporate venture capital EDF Pulse Ventures.
EDF Pulse Ventures, corporate venture capital arm of the EDF Group, has just completed a deep dive on wave energy to understand the potential of the technologies under development and to identify the most promising startups in the field.
To achieve Net Zero more quickly, the EDF Group is interested in floating wind power as a growth relay through concrete projects under development with EDF Renewables. EDF Pulse Ventures has just carried out a deep dive to draw up an inventory of innovative solutions that have a significant impact on the competitiveness of floating wind projects, and to identify the most promising startups in this field.
The EDF Group, through its corporate venture capital subsidiary EDF Pulse Ventures, and Vicat, the international cement group, have co-invested £4m (€4.69m) in the company.
Founded in 2010, Ekoscan Integrity, a leading European end-to-end technology provider of ultrasonic (UT) non-destructive testing (NDT) advanced solutions, has announced that it has successfully raised €23 million by partnering with leading private equity firm Abénex, alongside a new strategic sponsor EDF Group through its corporate venture capital arm, EDF Pulse Ventures, as well as its historical strategic investor ALIAD, Air Liquide Venture Capital fund.
At Vivatech (Paris), Carbon8, the UK clean technology company specializing in carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), announce the closure of a £5 million (€5.79m/US$6.19m) funding round. The EDF Group, through its corporate venture capital subsidiary EDF Pulse Ventures, and Vicat, the international cement group, have co-invested £4m (€4.69m) in the company.
EDF Pulse Ventures has just confirmed its investment in the start-up Monkey Factory, owner of MyBus and MaaSify, to respond to the surge in the number of requests from local authorities to develop MaaS solutions.