February 04, 2010 03:19 ET

Nanoxer selected to present at CleanEquity Monaco 2010

TRIESTE, ITALY--(Marketwire - February 4, 2010) - NANOXER has been selected to present at CleanEquity Monaco 2010, the foremost event for next generation clean and green technology. The conference takes place March 4th and 5th at the Sporting d'Hiver, Monaco.

An expert selection of the world's most inspiring cleantech companies will be presenting to invited industry-specific financial and strategic investors, policy makers, legislators and media.

Innovator Capital, London specialist investment bank, hosts the annual invitation-only event. CleanEquity Monaco's regional host is the Monaco Chamber of Economic Development.

Other local partners include Prince Albert II of Monaco's Foundation, the Monte Carlo SBM, and the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation. Collaborators for the 2010 event include Arup, Covington and Burling LLP, the Hugin Group, Invest Securities, Royal Philips Electronics NV and the UNEP Fi.

Plenary sessions, led by sector experts, will discuss and identify key industry themes, drivers and constraints, as well as forward looking trends.

NANOXER has developed breakthrough high performance nanoporous thermal "superinsulating" materials. The new products are alumina-based and fire resistant, have a wide temperature range, and are safe and stable even at very high temperatures (500° degreesC - 1000° degreesC), where superior insulation achieves the highest energy savings and CO2 reductions. Considerable installation and total cost savings are obtained, as insulation thickness and weight are shrinked 3 to 5 times compared to conventional solutions. NANOXER is targeting specific applications where highly effective insulation, fire protection and value-in-use are required in the fast growing 30 US$ billion world insulation market, namely in Industrial Processes, Shipbuilding and Building and Construction (B&C). The IP protected technology has demonstrable and sustainable competitive superiority and intrinsic cost advantages compared to new generation aerogel-based superinsulating materials. The team track record includes researchers who developed mass-used automotive ceramic materials, managers with international strategy experience and with responsibility in setting up and operating several industrial chemical production units. The technology will be ready for commercial application within 2 years taking advantage of brown-field chemical plants where the facilities can be initially located then spawning leaders in multiple, US$billion markets.


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