Exclusive Opportunity: Site Tours
Evo Energy Technologies is excited to announce our 2024 Factory Visit and Site Tours with 2G Energietechnik in Germany. Discover why our Biogas, Biomethane, and energy solutions are industry-leading. Join us for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at top cogeneration and renewable companies and see their cutting-edge equipment in action.
We are coinciding our 2G Cogeneration Factory Tour and associated biogas and biomethane site visits before and after the IFAT conference in Munich. So if you are attending IFAT, this is an excellent opportunity to see some of the World’s most innovative and sustainable energy solutions in action.
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We are excited to announce the newest addition to our Evo Energy Technologies (ET) family – Simon Palathingal, who joins us in the vital role of Commercial Manager. Simon comes to us with an impressive background, having managed large grid-scale renewable businesses in Australia. His wealth of experience in the energy sector is a valuable asset to our team as we continue to innovate and lead in sustainable energy solutions. Please join us in giving Simon a warm welcome to EvoET, where his expertise will undoubtedly contribute to our ongoing success and commitment to a greener future.
We’re thrilled to bring you the latest update on our ground-breaking project at a Milk Processing Facility in Rural Victoria. In partnership with 2G Energy AG, we’ve made remarkable progress in the installation and testing of a cutting-edge 1.5 MW Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Unit. As of early January 2024, our team has successfully installed and tested the unit, operating it at up to 800kW. This milestone not only demonstrates our commitment to sustainable energy solutions but also marks a significant step towards operational efficiency and reliability in the agricultural sector. Stay tuned for more exciting developments as we continue to pave the way for a more sustainable energy future.
The Queensland Government has made a significant commitment to climate action, aiming to reduce emissions by 75% below 2005 levels by 2035. This ambitious target is part of their broader plan, which includes achieving 50% renewable energy by 2030, 70% by 2032, and 80% by 2035, alongside reaching zero net emissions by 2050. They have already made considerable progress, reducing emissions by 29% since 2005 based on the latest 2021 data. This initiative represents a major step in tackling climate change and transitioning towards a sustainable future. For more detailed information, you can visit their website: Queensland Climate Action.