Construction of micro-plants (small scale biorefineries) of reduced  investment for the use of 100% of the waste discarded agri-food organics, providing solutions of cogeneration, with a cost of energy production below the nuclear


Production of green electrical energy from ethanol (biogas) obtained from the fermentation of organic vegetable residues (biomass) through small-scale, low-cost universal refineries.

Reduced investment and efficient processes make it easier for small farms or agri-food SMEs to self-consumption of energy, and also connect their surpluses to the electricity grid.

Three options of microrefineries with the capacity to generate 2, 10 and 20
Tn/month of ethanol – from 20, 150 and 200 Tn/month of the least efficient residue – to produce: 0.18; 0.32 and 1.84GW/h per year, respectively.

The largest plant, installed in a 40-foot container, has an energy production equivalent to a 1.2MW photovoltaic plant, which would occupy a land area of 2.5 hectares. (Residues such as fruit require 8, 60 and 80 Tn/month to obtain green energy production).


Compared to the large single-product biorefineries, which require large investments and are centrally located over a large territory, the universal microbiorefinery, low cost and highly energy efficient, allows its installation in small and medium-sized farms or agri-food industry, contributing cogeneration solutions with 100% use of the appropriate waste.

As “deep tech” it has a multidisciplinary engineering technical and research team; chemical, mechanical, renewable energy and waste management; with the participation of national universities (Illes Balears and Catalunya) foreign (Moscow) and system patents. Having reached a technological level of laboratory tests (TRL3) and addressing the pilot plants in relevant environments to quickly reach the TRL7 level.

Having Customs authorization for the importation of technological equipment, despite the embargo due to the Ukrainian War.

A circular bioeconomy and energy transition business model aligned with the SDGs, easily scalable, focused on the production of fixed and mobile microbiorefineries, and the generation of green electricity connected to the distribution network. Contemplating both the national market and the European and developing countries.

A solution to the energy transition aligned with the EU Green New Deal, where ethanol is also the cheapest means of obtaining green hydrogen.



A business model of
circular bioeconomy and transition
energy aligned with the SDGs