Energy production, storage, and consumption are major issues in terms of competitiveness and attractiveness for all urban, industrial, and port areas. Committing to energy transition while maintaining attractiveness and competitiveness for local economic stakeholders is the solution to respond to environmental challenges while facilitating the public acceptibility of industrial activities. Through the valorisation of waste heat, the production of renewable energy, and energy efficiency, industrial port areas have to support the transition to a carbon-free economy to create added value in the area.
- Salamandre : Demonstrator for industrial production of biomethane obtained from wood (mostly class B wood)
- Biosynergie : Demonstrator for a power plant (steam production from SRF : Solid Recovered Fuel), with a planning and deployment platform, and a shared logistics service to collect waste generated in the Industrial Port Zone (ZIP)