Meeting the needs of industrial players involved in the environmental impact of their activity while protecting the climate, biodiversity and natural resources.
This is the objective of TechnoCarbon® France and its product, Pierre-Carbone (CarbonFibreStone®).
The building industry
The construction market is experiencing a (r)evolution of composite materials.
Developed taking into account the constraints of the modern world, most emerging materials seek to combine cutting-edge technology and environmental virtues.
The TechnoCarbon® vision
TechnoCarbon® has imagined, developed and patented an innovative composite material made from granite or basalt stones and carbon fiber.
Faced with the challenges of the climate emergency, Pierre-Carbone (CFS®) is an ideal and effective response to the problems of building with a reduced carbon footprint.
The genesis of the project
In 2017, during his research for the revision of one of the IPCC reports, Stephan Savarese (M. Eng) concluded that the creation of carbon sinks was essential to limit global warming to +1.5°C (the work will be published later in chapter 4 of the IPCC SR15 report – October 2018), particularly in the construction sector.
Noting that the materials industry was lagging far behind in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, he set out to find solutions and new sustainable models for the construction sector. Through his research, he identified the potential of the Pierre-Carbone technology.
This led to the creation of TechnoCarbon Technologies France, a start-up with the objective of industrialising and marketing Pierre-Carbone.