Four years ago, in the momentum generated by his historic solar plane flight, Bertrand Piccard, Chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation, set himself the goal of gathering 1000 financially-viable technological innovations to combat climate change.  Solutions in line with the Michelin Group's strategy, which is based on a balance between the human, environmental and economic stakes.


Today, that objective has been achieved. Every candidate for the "Solar Impulse Efficient Solution" label has undergone a rigorous evaluation process conducted by independent experts, including three Michelin experts. This is the only portfolio of certified clean and efficient technologies made available to governments, businesses and citizens.

These 1000 solutions are turning the challenge of our century into a historic opportunity. They bring concrete solutions for building a sustainable future right now. At Michelin, everything we do is aimed at striking the best balance between people development, economic performance and respect for the planet. By supporting these 1000 initiatives driving progress for all, the Group is, more than ever, standing by its beliefs.
Florent Menegaux, Chief Executive Officer of the Michelin Group

It was only natural for Movin’On to join this initiative too by mobilizing its ecosystem of start-ups, major corporations, investors, public authorities and academic experts.


The two organizations have worked hand-in-hand to identify nine solutions capable of transforming mobility and making it more sustainable.

These 1000 solutions are 1000 opportunities to change things for the greater good. Movin’On and the Solar Impulse Foundation are committed to turning ambition into action. By involving our entire ecosystem, we are equipping them to develop and to become operational realities.
Erik Grab, director of Movin’On

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