September 2, 2019
FEDENE congress 2019 innovation club
The FEDENE Innovations Club (Federation of Energy and Environment Services) has selected us among the innovative equipment manufacturers that will impact the energy business! A unique opportunity to interact with all the key players in the sector. Join us in Lyon on 19 and 20 September 2019 at the Embarcadère, 13 bis Quai Rambaud.
July, 20 2019
Sustain’air in the spotlight in Nice-Matin
In this period of heat wave that spares no territory and especially not the South-East of France, #NOUS the weekend issue of Nice-Matin and Var-Matin, chose to put forward our ecological air-conditionning system, result of 10 years of development by the team under the leadership of company founder Thierry Lamouche, and which meets the cooling needs in buildings while being very sober in energy and very low in carbon emissions.
Read the article: Sustain’air #NOUS du 20 juillet
May, 24 2019
Sustain’air wins the sustainable hospital contest
The award ceremony took place at the Ministry of Ecological and Solidary Transition in presence of Emmanuelle Wargon, Ministry, and Martin Hirsch, General Manager of Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris. Our Ventiling-Air Conditionning system will allow hospitals to save energy and reduce carbon emissions, and also improve indoor air quality within the facilities.
January, 15th 2019
Come and visit us at event EnerJmeeting 2019!
Sustain’air will participate at EnerJmeeting in Paris on February 7th at the key event for environment and energy transition. Please visit us at booth n°19 in the startups village. And support our system of “Solar Cooling” an air-conditioning system powered by sun energy that competes in the innovation contest!
April, 30 2018
research partnership with Nice sophia university
Sustain’air and Nice Sophia Antipolis University are going to research jointly air treatment in humide environments as for example pool halls or spas. Sustain’air has set up an Air-Handling Unit with a “Dessiccant wheel” and a humidity chamber in the Faculty Lab where post-graduate students will be able to simulate any type of humidity and temperature conditions.
January 12, 2018
DERNIERES NOUVELLES D’ALSACE
For the re-opening of Villé Aquacenter in Alsace, les Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace look back on Sustain’air innovation and what are its key strengths
November 23, 2017
Sustain’air LIVE ON BFM BUSINESS TV
Julien Gagliardi hosted live Sustain’air GM Geoffroy Germano in Green Reflex, his weekly energy transition business program . That was the perfect opportunity to present our HVAC system and its renewable source of power: sun!
Génie Climatique Magazine N°9
A special feature on “Adiabatic new explorers” which takes a closer look at Sustain’air and its president Thierry Lamouche.
“A new generation of french entrepreneurs is proving that air-conditioning in office buildings can be made without compressor nor refrigerant gas: they designed equipments that boost adiabatic cooling efficiency (…)”
November 9, 2017
Europe Parlementaire magazine (issue n°33 October 2017) focused on innovative territories and made an interview with Thierry Lamouche, Sustainair President and Founder, and Christian Estrosi, Nice mayor and Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur President.
Indoor air quality, energy savings, exemplarity of cities and regions in energy transition, are at the heart of conversation.
August 18, 2017
fresh air for nice opera workshops
Installation in progress at Nice Opera workshops : Sustain’air was chosen and is currently setting an integrated plant with solar thermal production to provide ventilation, heat and air-conditioning to rehearsal room of 115 musicians orchestra. Humidity control is key to store concert musical instruments in good conditions. To be followed…
30 JUIN 2017
aquacenter goes for Sustain’air
Aquacenter “Aquavallée” is a project led by a community of cities : after a public tender where Dalkia Optimal Solutions (Groupe EDF) was chosen Sustain’air will provide a 36 000 cubic m/h Air-Handling Unit powered by a solar thermal plant and biomass to treat the air of the pool hall.