French companies exhibiting in force at the WFEE
For the third year running, UBIFRANCE, the French agency for international business development, is organizing a national pavilion at the World Future Environment Exhibition. Thirty or so exhibitors will be showcasing their technologies at an event that has rapidly established itself as the largest international industry event in the field of advanced energies and energy efficiency. More than 600 exhibitors and 24,000 visitors are expected, including major decision-makers in the public and private sector, investors, researchers and renowned academics.
The 2011 France pavilion is sponsored by Total Regional Development, which will give companies the benefit of its experience in doing business with the United Arab Emirates. This will also be an opportunity for the group to present the environment and renewable energies sector to the Middle East, as well as its new solar power plant construction plan with the Mazdar-Abengoa consortium.
Organized in partnership with Air France KLM and the Ademe International Club, the France pavilion will host thirty 4 of them are :
AC CLEANER OI developed an innovating microbiological maintenance, cleaning and desinfecting air conditioning systems. A regular maintenance using exclusive AC Cleaner procedures enables to control the energy consumption and thus remain within the limits set by the manufacturer of the device.
EOLE WATER is specialized in conception and assembly of technologies that create water by air. Eole Water comes to the UAE to attend the “WMS1000”: a 30 kW wind turbine able to create 1,000 liters (360 gallons) of drinkable water per day. This invention is unique worldwide and gives another solution to countries that have no water.
TEEO developed an energy accountancy software to measure consumption of electricity or water in order to have a consumption profile. So it can act to reduce waste of energy and save money. It is a decision making software for non-technical people, which enable to monitor relevant indicators and follow budgets and forecasts, in order to measure differences and anticipate the decision-making.
TEEO can also monitor the production of photovoltaic electricity.
RVE (Réunion Valorisation Environnement) is a company that collects and recycles UEEE (Unwanted Electrical and Electronic Equipment).The process includes everything from collecting it from the clients’ premises to the ﬁnal recycling (+ 95 %). RVE takes charge of the UEEE in a spirit of partnership, guaranteeing a commitment to reliability, respect of the standards in force and traceability.
Website : www.rve.re