Valencia, January 31 – The Valencian company Ingelia represented by its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Marisa Hernández, will participate at different fairs and prestigious conferences within its sector next month of February, presenting its hydrothermal carbonization technology (HTC) as the most efficient solution to recover the vital elements of all types of organic waste and transform them into new products for bioindustry and bioenergy.
The first stage will be the German city of Essen, where the E-World Fair is taking place. It´s a meeting point for the sector to discuss the future of Europe’s energy supply, which is taking place from February 5th to 7th. This is a leading annual fair for the management of energy and water resources, where visitors and exhibitors from all over the world, will present new technologies for core production, efficiency, trade, transport and storage of energy resources, as well as in green technologies. Ingelia has been selected by Innoenergy Germany to participate in its area dedicated to the most outstanding innovations in Europe.
Change of energy model in Europe
At present, Europe promotes a change in the energy model which is attractings more and more importance and that highlights intelligent energy. This way, the fair focuses on innovative products and technologies for the production and storage of renewable energy, in addition to using and producing energy more efficiently.
This sector has been consolidated in recent years as the meeting point of the most successful and most visited sector in Germany. Also, at the fair takes place the congress “E-world-Kongress”, which holds more than 20 conferences on current issues, such as the electricity market in Europe or the international gas market. The conferences are carried out by renowned international experts.
In the middle of February, Ingelia has been selected by the International Climate Show to participate in the Catwalk competition, which will be held at the “Palais de Beaulieu” in Lausanne, from February 13 to 14. Marisa Hernández will talk about the role of Ingelia SL in technology market and industrial solutions for the climate protection and the reduction of carbon emissions, she will focus the technology of Ingelia as a solution to the organic remains generated in agri-food industries as well.
Switzerland, an example to follow up
The Climate Show will give visibility to new technologies and results related to carbon-emission reduction and mitigation of the effects of climate change. Switzerland, a model of innovation and a country with the most advanced climate protection strategies and investments in this sector, is therefore the ideal place to organize this event and example in the fight against global warming.
An event sponsored by the European Commission, Climate KIC, EUBIA, Cleantech Alps and the Swiss Climate Foundation, will be a meeting point between investors and innovation and visitors will discover the latest innovations in Switzerland and globally in this domain. In addition, industry professionals will have the opportunity to present their technologies and competencies in the fields of energy, buildings, mobility, circular economy, mitigation of the effects of climate change and other related services and activities.
Once again in Valencia, Marisa Hernández will participate in a conference organized by CEU Cardenal Herrera University under the title: “Innovation Management. Launching and growth of Startups “. It will take place in the “Palacio de la Colomina” on February 21st.
The figure of the Start-up has acquired a maximum relevance in the most world leading markets as a new model of social and economic growth. Marisa Hernández will speak on the basis of her experience in launching innovative companies and specifically on technology-based SMEs with high growth projection due to its great added value inform of technological innovation. Companies that are born to develop a complete business project and that create an innovative project to later launch it to the market with enormous possibilities for growth, international expansion and value generation.