Why should we create a new construction material ?
The building sector is guilty of 20% of the world’s CO2 emissions and draining marine sand resources causing 90% of the world’s shores disappearance.
The fabrication of Portland cement, used in 80% of the world’s construction industry, produces pollutants responsible for global warming and acid rains.
The HP2A technology, a Portland cement alternative, prevents from using marine sand and fulfils tomorrow’s building requirements: economically realistic green building supplies allowing to reduce the world’s carbon footprint.
Who came up with this technology ?
The HP2A project was born when David Hoffmann, a scientist specialized for more than 20 years in mineral binder’s chemistry and Julien Blanchard director of Argilus, a major representative in the French eco-construction market decided to join forces.
A Patent was registered at the INPI in 2015
Challenges of Technological breakthrough
The HP2A technology is a major innovation, a technological breakthrough representing an outstanding opportunity for the required economic mutation needed for the world bioclimatic challenges.
Media, Industrial and financial Targets
The HP2A technology is dedicated to the world and as such deserves an outstanding media coverage well beyond simple business purposes :
To both enhance the range of green technologies arising from the HP2A on the marketplace and most importantly to allow major actors such as States and major construction companies to benefit as soon as possible of the stemming opportunities.
The whole process and costs to validate and protect the HP2A technology were financed by privately owned capitals.
French innovation exists but it needs funding and economical partners able to turn a start-up into a national industrial flagship.
To really change the world, the HP2A technology counts on the support of French public authorities and a few daring industrial partners.