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CleanEquity Monaco 2018 Closed by H.S.H. Prince Albert

CleanEquity's 11th edition, hosted by Innovator Capital, featured 27 of the world's best in class sustainable technologies. Each company presented its vision and had the opportunity to network with prominent financial, strategic, sovereign, corporate and family investors, established industry representatives, government officials, end users and international trade media.

The conference closed on 9th March with its traditional award ceremony presided over by the event's co-founder, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.

The awards were created by, New York based, Darren Bader.

CleanEquity Monaco will return to the Principality in March 2019.

Click here to see the three award winners from CleanEquity 2018:  

  • Superdielectrics
  • NanoSpun Technologies

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"The delegates and presenting companies were clearly well selected and the collegiate atmosphere contributed to an impressive and successful event." Miriam Maes, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Elia Group

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