World population will reach 9700 million in 2050 according to the United Nations, where 70% will be living in urban areas. In addition, the new digital technologies and the incorporation of new consumers imply an imminent need for an energetic transition: European Commission objectives for 2050.
We want to encourage, through our modern and technological products, a sustainable development for our planet to contribute to society and the environment.
We specialise in the production and usage of renewable energy, logistics, clean food production and public health.
The technologies available for clean energy are the generation of electricity for self consumption, the use of biomass for thermal use both for a domestic scale and an for an industrial one, or for the generation of electric energy, mini hydraulics and mini windpower. The implementation of energy crops adapted to soil and climates where they don’t compete with food production is very promising.
On health related technologies, innovative development and plague control such as malaria, dengue, zika and chikungunya are a hope to improve quality of life.
When it comes to food production and the logistic problems that are expected for the future, the crops from urban farms (urban-farming, vertical farming) bring possible solutions for the need of safe products (without pesticides), with savings of 90% of water consumption and closer to the consumption locations (lower CO2 fingerprints)