Article published on : 10.21.2021
Dalle Consulting was present on October 12, 13 and 14 at POLLUTEC, the international exhibition of environmental equipment, technologies and services. The world’s largest environmental event organized in 2021, the show was able to count on the presence of 2,000 exhibitors, 28% of whom came from abroad.
It was the opportunity to discuss with businesses and communities of all sizes on their decarbonization and energy transition strategy. There is no shortage of potential projects. The adapted solutions, on the other hand, are more difficult to grasp. Likewise, the innovation is here to bring out new projects that are not envisaged by its future promoters.
Dalle Consulting, partner of EIT InnoEnergy and many innovative start-ups, is a source of solutions in multiple sectors: renewable energies, storage, industry, building, agriculture, mobility, etc. These innovative solutions allow the realization of many projects by raising obstacles to their implementation, whether it is the lack of technology, poor performance or even sizing that is not suited to the size of the project.
Our partners NAODEN and WIND my ROOF were exhibitors at the Pollutec event.
NAODEN is a startup from Nantes specializing in the pyrogasification of biomass.
Pyrogasification is a high-efficiency process for producing syngas and biochar with low atmospheric emissions. The syngas is then transformed into heat and electricity or into heat alone. Biochar has multiple virtues, particularly agronomic.
NAODEN’s pyrogasification modules are adaptable to projects of various sizes and have a multi-sector application: industry, residential, CRE project, etc.
The parisian startup WIND my ROOF, labeled “GreenTech Innovation” by the French Ministry of Ecological Transition was also present.
Installed at the edge of the roof, its wind modules (WindBox) produce electricity for self-consumption. Lightweight, discreet, silent, they capture and enhance horizontal and vertical wind flows. Aligned in clusters of at least five modules, WindBoxes arouse curiosity. With a total power of 2.1kW (the equivalent of 7 photovoltaic panels) for only 4m2 on the ground, a Windbox allows constant annual production thanks to the coupling of wind technology and the two photovoltaic panels installed on it.