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CleanEquity® Monaco

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CleanEquity® Monaco
IndustrySustainable Technology
Founded 📆2008
Founder 👔
Area served 🗺️
Key people
H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, Founder
Mungo Park, Founder
Number of employees

CleanEquity® Monaco is an annual conference hosting the world’s next generation sustainable and resource efficiency technologies. The invitation only event was founded by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and Mungo Park, Chairman of Innovator Capital in 2008.

Innovator Capital, is a London based investment bank specialising in sustainable technologies, ICT and life sciences. Each year Innovator Capital’s CleanEquity® division reviews 600+ technology companies, ≈30 of these are selected, with assistance from its partners in Asia, Europe, Australasia, North America and South America to present in Monaco. The conference provides these entrepreneurs with an intimate and collegiate setting to connect with selected sovereign, corporate, family and professional investors & acquires, policy makers, end users and international trade media.

H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco has long been an advocate for sustainability, starting the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation with the purpose to raise both public and the authorities’ awareness of the impact of human activities on the natural environment and to encourage a more environmentally-friendly behaviour through tackling three major issues: climate change, the loss of biodiversity, and water shortage.

The Conference

The conference takes place over two days and has been held at the Fairmont Monte Carlo since 2017. As well as technology presentations, knowledgeable and distinguished speakers from world leading institutions, debate current industry issues, share knowhow and give advice in thought provoking, pragmatic plenary sessions and workshops.


The 30 presenting technology companies are selected on the following criteria:[1]

  1. Exceptional novel technology with world relevance
  2. Board/management ability and integrity
  3. Strong Intellectual Property
  4. Excellent revenue potential
  5. Market capitalisation up to €300 million


Past and present sponsors of the conference include Arup Group Limited, Barclays Capital, Cision Ltd. Cohesion Investments Limited, Covington and Burling LLP, Cranfield University, Deloitte LLP, Easy Group, Hobbs & Towne Inc., International University of Monaco, Parkview, Qualcomm, Reuters, STRATIS Impact, Shell Foundation and The Monaco Economic Board,

CleanEquity® Awards

H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco attends the conference on the closing afternoon to present the awards. The awards address three stages of growth for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology: Research, Development and Commercialisation

The design of the awards has come from renowned artists such as:

1. Damien Hirst in 2008/09

2. Michael Joo in 2010/11

3. Annie Cattrell 2012/13

4. Peter Regli in 2014, 15 & 16

5. Urs Fischer in 2017

6. Darren Bader in 2018

CleanEquity® Monaco Award Winners and Runners up[3]
Excellence in the field of Environmental Technology Research Excellence in the field of Environmental Technology Development Excellence in the field of Environmental Technology Commercialisation
Winner Runner Up Winner Runner Up Winner Runner Up
2018 Superdielectrics Silicon Fuel NanoSpun Technologies Li-Cycle BBOXX Greyrock
2017 AgriProtein NOHMs Technologies KDC Agribusiness HaloCoffee Icetope Technologies Voltea
2016 Lightbridge Corrosion Radar Desolenator Flash Bainite Drayson Technologies Vantage Power
2015 The Nano Membrane Toilet Azotic Technologies Enefcy Liquid Light LUXeCeL Algenol Biofuels
2014 Mango Materials Nanofoundry Vantage Power Frigesco CINTEP Exeger One Earth Designs GreenQloud Pavegen
2013 ClearSign Combustion MOF Technologies CrayonNano Amantys ACAL Energy Eco Basalt Hydrogenics Hellocentris Energy Solutions Organica Water
2012 ArcActive Ultramo SoftGen GreenCom Networks ACAL Energy Gealectric Tendril Whitefox Technologies PerPETual Global
2011 Halo IPT Aero Farms Enecsys NGenTec Ecotemis Whitefox Technologies Oxford Catalysts Cho Power
2010 Sun Catalytix Heliatek Delnove Novaled AG Theva TMO Renewables Oxford Catalysts BGI Ecotech Azure Dynamics
2009 General Fusion Catch the Wind Surfect Technologies Solar ETC Hansen Industries Oxford Catalysts Biograde Hellocentris BGI Ecotech
2008 ITM Power Global Green Solutions Rotating Tower Technologies Zenergy Power Freepower Sabien Technology Clean Diesel Technologies Thernergo U.S. Geothermal


  1. "CleanEquity® Monaco 2012 | The World's No.1 Event for Emerging Cleantech". cleanequitymonaco.com. Retrieved 2018-04-26.
  2. "CleanEquity® Monaco 2012 | The World's No.1 Event for Emerging Cleantech". cleanequitymonaco.com. Retrieved 2018-04-26.
  3. "CleanEquity® Monaco 2012 | The World's No.1 Event for Emerging Cleantech". cleanequitymonaco.com. Retrieved 2018-04-26.

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