Kouros

Achieving climate neutrality by replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy and removing carbon from the atmosphere.

Our story

Kouros was created in 2016 with a clear objective: to support the necessary energy transition. Kouros is developing an approach bringing together technology and uses, thus enabling the removal of technological barriers, while developing the necessary infrastructures.

Our convictions

In order to achieve climate neutrality as quickly as possible, it is necessary to replace fossil fuels with renewable energies and to remove carbon from the atmosphere. Kouros provides with technical and financial expertise to contribute usefully and rapidly to both of these challenges.

Investor & Entrepreneur

Kouros follows a unique business model: it is both an active investor in established companies and an entrepreneur developing its own projects, supporting production facilities, transport and the distribution of renewable energies as well as the promotion of cutting-edge technologies.

40

million euros

Of investment
07
Participations
02
Companies created

Kouros

Hydrogen by Kouros

Thanks to its high energy density and to new technologies allowing it to be produced with a greatly reduced carbon footprint, hydrogen has the capacity to decarbonise many sectors of the economy, such as heavy industry (ammonia production, refining, petrochemicals, methanol and steel industry) and heavy and intensive mobility, whether on land (trucks, buses, taxis, commercial vehicles, trains), at sea (ships and ferries) or in the air (VTOL and aircraft).
Depending on its use, hydrogen can be produced locally, regionally or internationally and will require logistics chains of varying lengths.
Hydrogen value chain Kouros
Hydrogen value chain Kouros

Kouros

Hydrogen by Kouros

Thanks to its high energy density and to new technologies allowing it to be produced with a greatly reduced carbon footprint, hydrogen has the capacity to decarbonise many sectors of the economy, such as heavy industry (ammonia production, refining, petrochemicals, methanol and steel industry) and heavy and intensive mobility, whether on land (trucks, buses, taxis, commercial vehicles, trains), at sea (ships and ferries) or in the air (VTOL and aircraft).

Depending on its use, hydrogen can be produced locally, regionally or internationally and will require logistics chains of varying lengths.

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Investor & Entrepreneur

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