SYMBIO and PULSALYS join forces to accelerate the creation of innovative hydrogen start-ups


SYMBIO, the leader in zero-emission hydrogen mobility and a major technological and industrial partner to the pioneers of sustainable mobility, is joining forces with PULSALYS, the Lyon and Saint-Etienne DeepTech innovation incubator and accelerator, to speed up the creation of innovative hydrogen start-ups. The goals are to accelerate the creation of hydrogen start-ups from Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes universities’, to support sectoral start-ups during their incubation phase and help them get in touch quicly with public and private laboratories, in order to speed up their development, and to support the emergence of a robust hydrogen ecosystem in the region, thanks to the combined support of the PULSALYS incubator and SYMBIO, a leading manufacturer in the field.

SYMBIO, a leader in zero-emission hydrogen mobility, and PULSALYS, the Société d’Accélération du Transfert de Technologies de Lyon et Saint-Etienne (SATT), announced on November 10, 2023 the signature of a framework agreement to seal a new partnership.

A new collaboration, rooted in the Hydrogen Valley in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region
This agreement between these two strategic players in innovation, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, is in line with the objective of accelerating the development of the hydrogen sector.

The signing of this agreement will enable SYMBIO to put its expertise in hydrogen-related technologies at the service of selected start-ups, either in the process of being created or incubated at PULSALYS, including privileged access to SYMBIO’s laboratories and equipment and/or mentoring. PULSALYS, in turn, will provide SYMBIO with its expertise in identifying opportunities for the creation and networking of start-ups from public research laboratories in the field, and in the incubation phase for start-ups whose market is in the hydrogen sector.



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