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EDF Pulse Ventures sells its stake in ITK to the Innoval cooperative group
After developing all the synergies that EDF Pulse Ventures could bring to the French start-up ITK, the EDF Group's corporate venture capital (CVC) sold its shares to the Innoval cooperative group.
In the shoes of an Investissement Manager at EDF Pulse Ventures
Léo Fillion has just joined EDF Pulse Ventures as Investment Manager. He explains his role within the EDF Group's corporate venture capital.
EDF Pulse Ventures invested in frenchtech startup Ekoscan in 2022. Hugo Cence, CEO & co-founder of Ekoscan, explains the benefits of having EDF Pulse Ventures as a shareholder.
Yann Coïc is the new director of EDF Pulse Ventures. He explains his ambitions for the EDF Group's corporate venture capital (CVC).
As VivaTech’s Low Carbon Partner for the second year, EDF is sponsoring the Impact Mile Planet, the brand new space showcasing startups committed to decarbonization. EDF Pulse Ventures has taken the opportunity to give visibility to 2 startups in which it invested last year: Carbon8 and BeZero Carbon. 2 other startups from the EDF Pulse ecosystem will also be present at the event: Sweetch Energy and Olenergies.
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.
EDF Pulse Ventures has invested in Italian start‑up Enerbrain in 2021. Giuseppe Giordano, CEO & co-founder of Enerbrain, explains the benefits of having EDF Pulse Ventures - EDF Group’s corporate venture capital (CVC) 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.