Research & Development Projects

Clem’ is an innovative company involved in different R&D projects.



VULE is a pilot project, led by Paris City Hall, for the sharing of light commercial vehicles amongst artisans and traders from Paris’ Montorgueil district. The project uses electric and hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles.

Craftsmen and traders will be provided with their own vehicles to make deliveries, transport equipment, or visit the Rungis International Market. 





The project, which is co-financed by ADEME and the French Ile-de-France region, aims to test innovative solutions for recharging electric vehicles in shared housing contexts.





GMOTIT is a European project that is part of the H2020 research and innovation framework program.

As part of this project, Clem’ will operate 40 self-service electric two-wheelers on the Saclay plateau over a period of 4 months beginning in September 2016.




This project is led by CEA, in partnership with Centrale Supelec, CSTB, BYES and Clem’. The project’s objective is to model the impact on the electricity grid of a fleet of electric vehicles charged using solar generated electricity.


Panneaux Solaires


MOLECULES was a European project (H2020) which aimed to deploy intelligent, connected solutions in the domain of electro-mobility. Demonstrator projects were carried out in Barcelona, Berlin, Marne-la-Vallée and Neuilly-sur-Seine.