One company, two missions
Developing tomorrow's energy solutions for professionals and individuals.
Manage the end-of-life of electric vehicle batteries and extend their life cycle.
Yann Cousin Business & Strategy
Alexis Claeys Administrative & Financial
Karl Terral Technology
Origin of the project
During his trip to Australia, Yann Cousin took the measure of the effect of global warming, by finding himself in the front row of the fires of 2019. Faced with power outages, everyone had no choice but to start up generators to ensure energy security. This gesture attracted his attention.
We all know that massive greenhouse gas emissions are the cause of fires, so why is it that even in the face of the consequences, we still use generators that make the situation worse?
Yann Cousin - CEO
So he starts researching to try to find a solution
Today we are experiencing the rise of a new type of mobility. While studying the opportunities related to the massive development of electric vehicles, one in particular catches Yann's attention. He discovered that electric vehicle batteries can have a second life and still be used to store energy. In this case, why not reuse them to store electricity, which can be reused later when no power source is available? It is following this observation that the SWOOP Energy project was born.
Our mission is to offer sustainable alternatives to fossil fuel-based energy solutions while giving a second life to existing products and thus preserving natural resources, in order to contribute to the fight against climate change.
With our reliable and efficient solutions, we help professionals meet their electrical energy needs while respecting the environment and reducing their carbon footprint
We innovate by creating an ecological electric generator thanks to the reuse of batteries from end-of-life electric vehicles. Thus we offer a sustainable alternative to generators doomed to disappear, while extending the life cycle of batteries, thus reducing their carbon impact.
Enriching the ecosystem
The reuse of electric vehicle batteries can increase their lifespan by 5 to 10 years depending on the application. By adopting the principles of a circular economy we exploit their residual value to their full potential before they are sent for recycling. Once their second life is completed in our product, we ensure their collection and recycling so that the recycled materials can re-enter the value chain and contribute to the manufacturing of new batteries.