New technologies are based on energy saving and the use of «clean» energy. Process heat recovery is being implemented on industrial and domestic applications with great success. In the same way the use of renewable energy and energy sources existing in the place of exploitation produce significant economic savings and significant environmental benefits.
By sector:
  • Automotive Sectorelectric and hybrid vehicles. We are experiencing the boom in electric vehicles and industry around it: vehicle manufacturers, charging systems development, evolution in batteries,…
  • Nautical Sector: The eclosion of electric vehicles and related technologies is pushing other sectors such as yachting to develop new products with fully electric motor. Renewables are gaining importance applied directly as the main power source or secondary power source on traditional boats.
  • Construction sectorHeat recovery from the exhaust air  or flue gas boilers and generators are producing significant economic benefits for users and. Renewable energies play an increasingly important role in the energy autonomy of the buildings.

  • Industrial sector: The economic crisis has led, contrary to what one might think, to increased investment in improved techniques involving energy savings and thus reducing production costs. Also more and more rules and regulations require a greater control of waste generated and the adoption of treatment systems.
All sectors have experiensed a great technological leap in the last few years as far as energy management and respect for the environment is concerned.

downloadOil Spill Response sector has not properly received, in general terms, the message of today’s society. Technological developments and the tendency to reduce overall energy consumption don’t get reflected in the available equipment for pollution control.


  • Highly inefficient and polluting engines.


  • Ineffective management of power units and energy waste during use.
  • Total absence of energy recovery methods.
  • Minimal presence of the electric motors, absence of use of renewable energy.
  • Total lack of energy planning.
  • Minimum electronic management for fear of failure.


  • Antediluvian designs.
  • Minimum level of technology, and especially,


  • Lack of attention to the real effectiveness of their processes.