Selected among the 100 French most innovative companies in France, Ananké has seized the opportunity to break into the international market. Review of a CCI France event in Tokyo.


The 100th anniversary of the creation of the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan was celebrated in 2018.

The startup has promoted its external heat transfer engine during many interesting meetings with industrialists:

>> IHI: power generation systems and CO2 capture methods

>> TEPCO: national electricity supplier (equivalent to EDF)

>> Tokyo Boeki Machinery & Kyokuto Boeki Kaiska: two importers and distributors of technical products

>> Shinagawa Furnace: specialist in the installation and maintenance of industrial furnaces

>> Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering: specialist in energy production and waste treatment

After its business meetings, Ananké went to Yokohama to learn more about Japanese innovations dedicated to electricity storage. The startup took part into a demonstration from a hydrogen production and storage facility, backed by a wind turbine. Even if the profitability of this energy model is not proven yet, Japan remains one of the countries that invest the most in the development of the hydrogen economy.


What results? Japan is ahead of Europe with its technologies for the recovery of fatal heat. Thanks to the contacts established in Japan, Ananké is more assertive in the development of its activity in Asia.

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