Coldinnov : an innovative green business

An innovative start-up, COLDINNOV develops new generation refrigeration technology based on a solid/gas thermochemical reaction, a natural refrigerant fluid without any environmental impact and recovery of wasted or sustainable heat.

COLDINNOV technology is an alternative to conventional refrigeration, provided mostly by compression systems and characterised by:

  • High energy consumption: they represent 15% of global electricity production
  • Use of refrigerant fluids, most of which are Fluorine-based, are harmful to the ozone layer and contribute to global warming

The COLDINNOV solutions mitigate the impact of industry and transport on the environment through improved energy efficiency and recovery of wasted or sustainable heat.
Because it has no compressor, no moving parts and is silent, COLDINNOV’s technology can drastically reduce the electricity or fuel consumption of refrigeration systems.

The COLDINNOV innovation also lies in the adaptability of the technology to several power levels and to several energy vectors as the primary heat source, making it possible to imagine a wide range of applications. COLDINNOV fits well into the trend for the development of green technology that enables industry and transport to move towards energy transition.

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COLDINNOV est partenaire du projet TOTEM impulsé par CEA Tech.

La plateforme régionale de transfert technologique CEA Tech a été inaugurée lundi17 décembre à Labège, près de Toulouse. COLDINNOV est partenaire du projet TOTEM impulsé par CEA Tech, programme d’intégration et de démonstration à l’échelle 1 d’usages et de technologies répondant aux enjeux de la transition numérique et énergétique COLDINNOV assurera le rafraichissement d’un bâtiment […]

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Les Echos – Coldinnov: cooling the climate with fire.

    DIDIER JULIENNE (HTTPS://WWW.LESECHOS.FR/IDEES-DEBATS/CERCLE/AUTEURS/?ID=50168) / Stratège des ressources naturelles | Le 12/10 à 15:04 A major French innovation in refrigeration production reduces global warming and increases global food security.  Les Echos    

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