BeFC is committed to providing an eco-friendly energy solution to enable the next generation of low-environmental impact electronic solutions.
With a team of world class engineers, scientists, and problem-solvers, BeFC develops an organic and eco-friendly energy solution for the next generation of smart and sustainable electronics.
The company’s robotic sheet-to-sheet machine is capable of producing 2000 units per day for prototyping and industrial testing. In the middle of 2021, BeFC started developing a roll-to-roll process, to be implemented by the end of 2022.
BeFC are targeting a second round of financing in 2022 in order to further develop its active sensor tag, providing a low-cost, low environmental digital solution. The company will expand its US operations, as well as create a hub in Japan, supported by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG).
With the company focusing on achieving clients’ requirements and implementing its quality control framework, BeFC is on track for delivering its first batch of mass-produced products at the start of 2023.
With the help of our clients, strategic partners, and investors, our goal is to take BeFC technology global in 2025.
As a Université Grenoble Alpes spinoff, we have retained a campus presence with our facilities at Bâtiment Nanobio. With a handful of laboratories and supporting offices, this location is dedicated to innovation, providing a hub to connect and collaborate with the rich academic and industrial ecosystem that Grenoble offers.
Situated around 10 km to the east of Grenoble, our site at Villard-Bonnot provide electronics development and pilot production facilities. This industrial complex within Techniparc Grand Île is key in supporting our rapid growth.
Our office in the Research Triangle Park (RTP) of North Carolina is at the epicenter of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. As the largest research park in the United States, it provides an ideal location to initiate business in the US. We are also operating from Boston, Massachusetts, via the MassChallenge incubator.