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French climatetech Sweetch Energy scores €6 million to produce electricity from salt water Patricia Allen

Rennes-based Sweetch Energy, specializing in osmotic energy, has just raised €6 million to deploy its pioneering tech on a large scale, giving Europe a new renewable electricity source.  Moving to renewable, sustainable energy sources has been a key priority for Europe. Over the past year, the importance of this energy transition has been laid abundantly…

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Rennes-based Sweetch Energy, specializing in osmotic energy, has just raised €6 million to deploy its pioneering tech on a large scale, giving Europe a new renewable electricity source.  Moving to renewable, sustainable energy sources has been a key priority for Europe. Over the past year, the importance of this energy transition has been laid abundantly
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