Consilium Hub alongside Gruppo AB – Energy Sustainability and Energy Management in the path indicated by the EU which envisages, by the end of 2030, the production by member states of at least 35 billion of cubic meters of #biomethane with the aim of replacing the 20% of natural gas imports with a sustainable, cheaper and locally produced alternative.
This AB 𝗕𝗜𝗢𝗖𝗛𝟰𝗡𝗚𝗘® plant has the capacity to produce 1,000 cubic meters per hour of biomethane which originates from the raw materials processed in the distillery such as wine dregs and fruit waste. The biomethane produced can either be used by the Mazzari distillery itself to operate its boilers or be injected into the national network available to other users.
Furthermore, the waste produced by anaerobic digestion can be reused in agriculture as an agricultural fertilizer, therefore returning to the earth as a precious resource, closing the circle.
Consilium Hub is also together with Economy Magazine, media partner of the event, alongside Visione Sicurezza: the event, now in its fourth edition, attended by the protagonists of road and railway infrastructures (institutions, managers, designers, companies, technological partners ) who will discuss important topics such as transport safety and sustainability.
The event will be held on October 19th at the Misano World Circuit where there will be the opportunity to participate in track riding experiences with custom-built cars by Invictus Corse and motorcycles by Ducati Rimini, as well as numerous networking moments and social times .
For more information on the event visit the Visione Sicurezza website.
On the renewable energy front, the new Suitable Areas decree is causing a lot of discussion and concern among professionals.
In fact, the draft circulated in July talks about maximum limits on the use of agricultural land for photovoltaic purposes which could create a new and serious block to the development of RES in our country.
Consilium Hub supports GIS – Gruppo Impianti Solari, an association created to give voice to a group of companies specialized in the renewable energy sector, in communication activities with the aim of giving visibility to an important issue that risks hindering the energy transition of our Country: the bureaucracy linked to the authorization process for photovoltaic systems.
To learn more about the Eligible Areas Decree, read the QualEnergia.it article.
The eighth edition of 𝗙𝗼𝗼𝗱 𝗭𝘂𝗿𝗶𝗰𝗵 is back: the unmissable event for all lovers of taste and good food.
From 7 to 17 September more than 160 events dedicated to the world of food will be held in Zurich.
A real journey towards the cuisine of the future divided into 10 themes through which we will discuss and give answers to questions about the future of food.
To find out more, read the full article on ANSA.
Recent news events have brought the issue of road safety back to the fore, to which institutions and professionals in the sector are called to give answers.
In this regard, the Safety Vision event will be held on 19 October in the fascinating and adrenaline-pumping setting of the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, which will bring together stakeholders from the road but also the railway sector to explore the key issues of safety across the board and the sustainability of infrastructures.
An important moment to take stock of the situation and accelerate the path towards the great objectives associated with the world of mobility: from Vision Zero (safety) to Net Zero (sustainability).
Despite galloping inflation, the food industry in 2022 will continue to report positive growth in turnover of 12%, while the increase in exports will settle at +16%.
These are the data that emerged from the Food Industry Monitor of the University of Gastronomic Sciences and Ceresio Investors: the Italian observatory on the food & beverage sector which analyzes the performance of over 850 companies operating in 15 sectors.
In the Nuovo Mondo Economico article, Professor Carmine Garzia, scientific director of the Observatory, commented: «the inflation issue remains central to understanding how the second half of 2023 and 2024 will evolve, as a significant erosion of the power of The purchase of families would lead to a reduction in growth”.
While Gabriele Corte, General Manager of Ceresio Investors, underlined: «We must look at new companies with great interest because they will provide the lifeblood that will fuel the development of the sector in the near future. New businesses are not only an engine of growth, but also an agent of change and renewal of business models. Our research highlights how large companies are increasingly open to strategic alliances with start-ups in which they invest significant economic resources”.