RedZone is the SAES's acceleration program for early stage materials science startups focused on carbon capture technology. RedZone allows startups to transform their ideas into tangible products through to the Open Labs, the heart of its offer, which is a high-tech environment with cutting-edge instrumentation available to startups to create, develop and characterize innovative solutions with the technical and strategic support of SAES specialists. RedZone search for startups with innovative and sustainable proposals in the carbon capture sector.
SAES is the right partner to walk together in the journey of a startup willing to innovate with new carbon capture solutions and materials. With over 80 years of groundbreaking advancements in material science, SAES has played a pivotal role in revolutionizing various industries, with the aim of improving people’s quality of life. Today SAES is opening up to deep tech startups with innovative proposal in the carbon capture sector, including active materials for CO2 capture and sequestration.
RedZone's call focuses on supporting innovative startups active in the field of carbon capture materials to help them develop cutting-edge solutions.This includes early stage startups dealing with active materials for CO2 capture and sequestration, such as:
- carbon adsorbers
- biomaterials and biotech based solutions
RedZone’s acceleration program provides resources, cutting-edge facilities and support to these startups, helping them turn their ideas into products. By targeting startups working in these specific areas, RedZone aims to foster the growth of groundbreaking technologies and drive advancements in the carbon capture field in a sustainable way.
The startups that meet the indicated requirements and propose an innovative solution in the carbon capture sector can apply by filling out the form on: