Update - April 13, 2021
Today marks a very special day for the Solar Impulse Foundation, as it has officially labeled the 1000th solution. This marks the attainment of a first milestone after the Solar Impulse Team has dedicated 4 years to finding, meticulously assessing, and growing a network of cleantech solutions that can make a real change when scaled.
In the words of the Solar Impulse Foundation: "Today, we have a portfolio of 1000+ solutions that span every industry and sector, proving that we can do so much better in all aspects of our economy. This wealth of solutions allows us to be an ideal partner for governments, companies, and individuals to hammer out their climate strategies."
Bcomp is very proud to have been labeled as one of the #1000solutions. We are even more excited though, to be a part of the #beyond1000solutions movement and we are very much looking forward to playing a role in shaping a more sustainable future.
We are thrilled to have our very own Régis Voillat, Bcomp R&D Manager, as a guest of honour on the next episode of Airborne on Air, Stories of Pioneers.Make sure to sign up for the 4th episode of this inspiring new series of short webinars. We are looking forward to seeing you in the audience on April 22nd! Date: April 22, 2021, 4pm CET (central Europe) / 10am CEST / 7am PST -> Register for freeDuration: 30 min Find the full description from Airborne below:Join Airborne on Air:An inspiring new series of short 30 min. webinars with the most innovative pioneers from the composite industry of today! Each webinar you're invited to interact virtually with our guests of honour. For the 4th episode we have Régis Voillat from Bcomp as our guest of honour. Bcomp is the leading solutions provider for natural fibre reinforcements in high performance applications from race to space. The company started as a garage project in 2011 with a mission to create lightweight yet high performance skis. The bCores™ were launched and successfully adopted by some of the biggest names in freeride skiing. The founders, material science PhDs from EPFL, used flax fibres to reinforce the balsa cores and improve shear stiffness. Impressed by the excellent mechanical properties of flax fibres, the development to create sustainable lightweighting solutions for the wider mobility markets started. We are really looking forward to hearing more on April 22nd! More info:www.airborne.com
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