Seanergy raises €800K in its first round of financing

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The start-up Seanergy announces the closing of its first round of financing for an amount of 800 K€ from a panel of private investors from the world of sports and finance (including Fernand Tchouameni and Johann Schwimann), with 200 000 € of equity. Based in Marseille, the company created in 2021 by Hubert Montcoudiol and Hervé de Lanversin proposes a method of desalination of sea water called cryo-separation, whose technology allows the operation of agile, economical and environmentally friendly modules.

In concrete terms, the principle of this innovation is to freeze salt water in order to crystallize pure water, separating it from water loaded with mineral salts. The aim of this fundraising is to validate the technology by putting its demonstrator into operation at TEAM Henri-Fabre (an industrial technocenter based in Marignane), while at the same time working to bring together the players essential to the development of its applications. “We have validated Seanergy’s technology, its robustness and its differentiating aspects. This will enable this start-up, which corresponds in every way to the values we defend, to assemble the elements of the prototype, to benefit from our ecosystem in order to move to the stage of industrial SME”, develops Franck Bocquet, Technical Director of TEAM Henri-Fabre.


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