Greentech & Circular Economy
Green technology, in short greentech, is any process, product, or service that reduces negative environmental impacts through significant energy efficiency improvements, the sustainable use of resources, or environmental protection activities. Green technology includes a broad range of technology related to recycling, renewable energy, information technology, green transportation, electric motors, green chemistry, lighting, grey water, and more.
"We are a Life Company. We take care of Life every day, dealing with the environment, water and energy, which, thanks to the circular use of natural resources, are the conditions necessary for life and the quality of life."
“Enel X Global Retail is the Enel Group’s global business line active in the areas of energy supply and efficiency. As a global leader in the development of innovative solutions to support the energy transition, Enel X Global Retail provides consumers, businesses and cities with a modular and integrated offer built around customer needs, promoting electrification and digitalization as drivers for creating new value.”
“We are an integrated energy company whose dedication to the energy transition translates into tangible actions aimed at achieving the total decarbonization of products and processes by 2050.”
“Maire Tecnimont S.p.A., listed on the Milan Stock Exchange, heads an industrial group which leads the global natural resource processing industry. Its subsidiary NextChem operates in the field of green chemicals and technologies in support of the energy transition. The Maire Tecnimont Group operates in 45 countries, through 50 companies and about 9,000 people.”
The increase in global population and the climate crisis put us in front of an obligatory revolution: reshape our natural resources consumption. On the one hand we've the rise of demand in energy, civil and agricultural spaces, fresh water and industry productivity and, on the other hand, the raising shortage of natural resources to support such demand. New models of development supported by a breed of new technologies are needed: energy from renewable sources, water footprint reduction, reuse of resources in a circular approach, as well as cleaning the environment from the accumulated pollution are a few of tasks that Greentech is going to tackle. New business models, based on the participation of all the stakeholders, will flourish involving the final consumer that becomes co-producer.
Several objectives have been set: some achievable in a short time and others that will require longer.
“When trying to innovate you never lose:
you either win or learn.“
~ Nelson Mandela, free adaptation