This week, at the headquarters of the investment group Go-Hub in Valencia, our leader Global Omnium and partner Finnova Foundation met with a delegation from Andorra to discuss lines of cooperation in their energy transition. The scalable technology for on-demand biogas production of our project was of special interest to Jordi Gallardo Fernàndez, Minister of Presidency, Economy, and Enterprise of Andorra.
Focusing on the objectives of our project, the meeting addressed the challenges of wastewater, the implementation of the circular economy, and the use of renewable energies such as biogas. In this sense, LIFE ECODIGESTION 2.0 technology could be used to promote the use and optimization of co-substrates of agri-food waste and slurry to produce energy on demand, a model in line with circular economy and energy efficiency.
“In Andorra, the implementation of a project such as LlFE ECODIFESTION 2.0 would make it possible to generate green energy and achieve one of the country’s challenges, the increase in renewables from 20% to 30%”, said Gallardo.
Together with members of the Go-Hub – group promoted by our leader Global Ómnium and Idrica – CEO of Finnova Foundation and partner of LIFE ECODIGESTION 2.0 project, Juan Manuel Revuelta, shared European funding programmes available for Andorra as well as the possibility of turning the country into a living-lab for environmental pilot projects. From LIFE ECODIGESTION 2.0 we consider it essential that our project is well-known in different regions, demonstrating its potential to lead the energy transition. We will continue to collaborate with actors at all levels to contribute to the development of innovative ecosystems aimed at combating climate change.