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Thursday January 17th, 2019

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3 questions for Grégory Besson Moreau, founder of Energie IP

Winner of the Bouygues Construction innovation competition, Energie IP is rethinking the world of technical management in construction by offering secure, open technology via an ethernet cable. Founded in 2015, the company has just partnered with Nexity on an office building project in Saint-Ouen.

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