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Reference Shareholders

Founded in 2007, AlgaEnergy counts on the support of three reference shareholders of the highest prestige and accreditation, such as Yokogawa -a listed Japanese multinational, world leader in industrial automation technologies-, Caixa Capital Risc -the venture capital investment vehicle of CaixaBank- or the Spanish State itself through the CDTI (Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology), an entity dependent on the Ministry of Science and Innovation that promotes research and innovation.

AlgaEnergy's shareholders share its vision and values, and play a key role in the development of its technologies and international growth.

Japanese company, world leader in technology

More than 100 years and more than 113 subsidiaries

20.000 employees

Shareholder since 2018

Founded in 1915 in Tokyo, Yokogawa engages in broad-ranging activities in the areas of measurement, control, and information, automating industrial processes with cutting-edge technology. Yokogawa’s business structure is centered on addressing broad social issues to enable sustainable growth while expanding its contribution to society and the environment.

To provide optimized solutions to its customers, Yokogawa is carrying out business in three industry segments: Energy & Sustainability, Materials, and Life. Through these businesses, it is working toward to achieve its "Three goals" for sustainability, one of which is to make a transition to a circular economy by 2050. Based on these goals and guided by Yokogawa’s Purpose, the company has identified and prioritized the issues it will address to attain sustainability and set short-, mid-, and long-term sustainability targets. 

Yokogawa is also a technological partner of AlgaEnergy.

Tsuyoshi Abe

Vice President and Marketing Director of Yokogawa

"Yokogawa aims to contribute directly to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals through its core business activities, and in 2018 we established a new Life Innovation business unit in line with that. This is our first serious foray into clean technology in the bioeconomy, so we have high expectations for this exciting strategic partnership."

Reference investor in innovative companies

More than 250 investments 

Manages over 200 million euros

Shareholder since 2021

Caixa Capital Risc is a leading investor in innovative companies with high growth potential. It currently manages funds and companies that add up more than 200 million euros of committed investment, mainly in Spanish companies active in the sectors of digital technologies, life sciences and industrial technologies.

Caixa Capital Risc is part of CriteriaCaixa, the holding company that works to preserve and grow the assets generated by the Fundación “La Caixa” for more than a century already, with the priority of providing the financial resources that enable its actions to continue to contribute to the society’s development.

Promotes innovation and technological development

Local presence around the world

Budget of 1.5 billion euros in 2021

Shareholder since 2021

Founded in 1977, CDTI is a public business entity dependent on the Ministry of Science and Innovation that supports innovation based on knowledge, advising and offering public aid for innovation through subsidies or partially reimbursable financing.

CDTI also internationalizes the research and innovation business projects of Spanish companies and manages Spanish participation at international R&I frames such as H2020, Horizon Europe and Eureka, as well as in the Science and Space industries. Additionally, through INNVIERTE’s sustainable economy initiative, it supports and facilitates the capitalization of technology-based companies.

Shareholding structure of AlgaEnergy:

AlgaEnergy, a biotechnology company with an extensive activity in innovation with purpose, develops, produces and markets disruptive products and solutions for different sectors, all of them based on microalgae, which contribute to improving people's quality of life and making the planet more sustainable. The company has the financial support of the Spanish Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, financed through the Recovery and Resilience Facility of the European Union.