Renewables and waste
The ongoing energy disruption imply the gradual substitution of of non-renewables by renewable resources. The focus on finite resources drift towards sustainable value chains. Falling energy prices on renewable energy, increase cost awareness in conventional energy industries. In rare cases, scarcity may drive prices up. In the long term, however, demand for optimizing methods and the efficient use of finite resources, emerge, creating market opportunitities for those looking far enough ahead, starting working on the right details, today.
Hellenes is involved in a range of projects aimed at creating or optimizing value chains where renewable resources are included. Utilization of waste products and waste heat are contributing examples in this context. We wish to contribute to secure a sustainable balance between the finite access to resources and, the still growing, resource consumption.