MCE5 : A sustainable mobility thanks to green engines

Published, 26 April 2020

A green technology for automotive manufacturers

For the World Intellectual Property Day 2020 “Innovate for a Green Future” organized by the WIPO, Questel wanted to honor its clients who innovate in green technology in order to reduce environmental impacts. Discover MCE-5 Development, a French company specialized in the development of technologies for improving the energy efficiency of automobiles. And thus reduces fuel consumption, CO2 and pollutant emissions. Read now the testimonial of MCE5, a company which has developed a unique engine to make tomorrow’s vehicles cleaner.

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