co-Carbone is very active in the new Jatropha-based biofuel production market. It invests in several projects worldwide. Eco-Carbone aims to provide technical advice to farmer communities who establish Jatropha plantations. Eco-Carbone is both investor and manager of Industrial Joint Ventures, which produce crude oil and co-products of extraction. Moreover, Eco-Carbone aims to provide consulting services to develop projects in the area of climate change mitigation. Eco-Carbone particularly develops Green House Gas (GHGs) emission reduction projects, and markets the resulting carbon assets in both Kyoto Protocol-related and voluntary markets. Eco-Carbone is active in a number of sectors and countries, and aims to provide taylor-made solutions for carbon offset projects to both carbon assets' buyers and sellers. The company's team combines years of experience in industry, agronomy, project finance and environmental management
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Sep 18, 2022
Partager - 4 conseils Créée à Paris en 2003 par Pierre Landolt, un industriel et banquier suisse, Eco Carbone a développé une expertise à la fois dans la certification des crédits carbone, grâce à des contrats exclusifs avec six importantes mines chinoises, et comme producteur de biocarburants non alimentaires. Souhaitant se développer en Asie et en Afrique où les démarches ont été faites pour obtenir des concessions sur des terrains de 10 à 30 000 ha dans plusieurs pays de ces continents, Eco Carbonne a ouvert son capital à Truffle Capital qui injecte 2,1 M€. « En 2007, le chiffre d’affaires était de quelques millions d’euros, mais la société devrait atteindre les, 57M€ de chiffre d’affaires en 3 ans, indique Jean-François Fourt, associé de (...) Cet article est réservé à nos abonnés. 58% reste à lire Pour accéder à cet article, à l'ensemble du site ainsi qu'à nos bases de données, découvrez nos formules d'abonnement .
Eco-Carbone Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Eco-Carbone founded?
Eco-Carbone was founded in 2001.
What is Eco-Carbone's latest funding round?
Eco-Carbone's latest funding round is Growth Equity - II.
How much did Eco-Carbone raise?
Eco-Carbone raised a total of $6.8M.
Who are the investors of Eco-Carbone?
Investors of Eco-Carbone include Truffle Capital.
Who are Eco-Carbone's competitors?
Competitors of Eco-Carbone include Lynntech, Benefuel, Ze-gen, Clean Emission Fluids, Hawaii BioEnergy and 11 more.
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