The technologies


Biofuels are derived from the processing of biomasses, organic substances of plant or animal origin  (obtained from direct cultivation, as by-products of crop or livestock farming, from the processing of wood, or from algae). One of the biofuels we are focusing on most is Biomethane, which, unlike other renewable sources, requires limited infrastructure investment. Moreover, it is considered emissions-neutral since it is produced through the digestion of biomasses deriving from by-products, waste from industrial processing and organic matter.

In our business model for the production of biomethane, farm owners are directly involved in the entrepreneurial initiative so as to guarantee long-term supply to the supply chain.