LIST partners with Luxembourg venture capital firm Ilavska Vuillermoz Capital to advance decarbonization technologies

Published on 29/04/2024

The two entities will leverage each other’s expertise to tackle climate challenges.

The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) and the Luxembourg venture capital firm Ilavska Vuillermoz Capital (IVC) have joined forces to address climate challenges through the advancement of decarbonization technologies.

Through this partnership, the two entities aim to bridge the gap between scientific innovation and the commercialization of breakthrough technologies. The two partners also intend to support each other's entrepreneurial endeavours, including the creation of spin-offs, startups, and joint ventures.

Leveraging each other’s expertise

“This partnership is all about utilizing the two entity’s capabilities,” said Dirk Fransaer, CEO a.i. of LIST. “On one hand, IVC will bring in its expertise in deal-making and understanding of investor activities, while the advisor bureau will support LIST by offering insights into investor activities and facilitating communication between scientists, detailing venture investment preferences beyond technology.” Additionally, they will provide valuable insights into specific spin-off deals.

“On the other hand, LIST will provide scientific expertise, insights, and evaluations related to the technological aspects of investment opportunities we assess in the field of decarbonization,” added Quentin Dupraz, Principal of IVC . The Institute will also provide access to laboratories, equipment, and methodologies tailored to address specific requirements.

The complementary nature of the two partners is evident, and it should lead to promising results in accelerating decarbonisation and addressing the climate challenges we face.

About IVC

Ilavska Vuillermoz Capital (IVC) was established in 2019, and has quickly become a prominent alternative investment firm in Luxembourg. It manages one of Europe's fastest-growing FinTech investment funds, and launched in 2024 its ClimateTech Fund, focused on investing in early-stage European companies that drive decarbonization.


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