re-generate works for the heating, ventilation, refrigeration & air conditioning (HVAC&R) industry. We offer our support to system manufacturers, component suppliers, engineering and servicing companies, and the research sector. We also work with enablers such as policy-making bodies, the public sector, associations and the non-profit sector.
We optimise the idea-to-realisation cycle in the intersection between technology, design, environment and Additive Manufacturing. Our work supports clients looking for an innovative head start across their value chain; from rapid prototyping, pre-production, tooling, manufacturing, installation, and maintenance, to after sales, marketing & promotion.
our research network
We can build on a strong network of corporate partners, research facilities, universities, technology providers and individual experts to address any challenge for material science, product design and construction, particle technology, thermodynamics, applied mechanics, systems integration or industrial engineering. Among our partners (selection):
our 10+ years in heating & cooling
For the last 10 years, re-generate's founder Nina Masson has worked with shecco, a market accelerator for climate-friendly HVAC&R technologies, especially natural refrigerants. shecco's team is based in Brussels, Tokyo and New York. shecco offers market development, media and events management services to 150+ partners worldwide. www.shecco.com
For shecco, Nina has worked with some of the world's largest corporations in the field of refrigeration, heating & air-conditioning; supporting them with market research, strategic consulting and communications in their global business development strategies. As a co-owner of shecco, she is still involved as Chief Strategic Advisor for Special Projects.
Nina has also worked as an international policy & dissemination expert for United Nations agencies bringing sustainable industrial refrigeration solutions to emerging economies, and for engaging stakeholders through a global knowledge platform. She is on the advisory board of a campaign to reduce energy demand from air-conditioning in India. Nina has served as an independent evaluator of multi-million EUR value projects within the European Union's largest research funding programme, for renewable heating technologies. She has also secured funding for two EU projects removing barriers to sustainable HVAC&R in food retail, and for creating new technical standards for low carbon refrigerants, worth 2 million EUR.
Some of the public projects our team members have been involved in the last 10 years (selection):