The Grenoble start-up Enerbee, which is developing a technology to recover the energy of a moving object, has completed a funding round of 2.2 million euros with its historical investors, Demeter and 360 Capital Partners. Asahi Kasei Corporate Venture Capital and Crédit Agricole Alpes Développement also supported the company within the framework of this transaction. In March 2015, the company raised 2.5 million euros.
Founded in 2014 by Jérôme Delamare and Pierre Coulombeau, Enerbee provides motion-based energy generation technology, which aims to replace cells and batteries in industrial and consumer connected objects. This technology takes the form of a micro-generator made of magnetic and piezoelectric materials which allows energy to be generated from low speed and low torque movements, where most other technologies do not work.Apple-converted-space “>