Enjeux et avantages
- Solar photovoltaic power is an energy source that does not deplete over time.
- A clean and non-polluting energy form, solar PV power generates neither greenhouse gas emissions nor waste.
- Operation is totally silent. The technology has evolved to become extremely dependable and hard-wearing.
- Simple installation and successful integration into the landscape.
PV projects offer the potential to:
Create value for available space and assets:
Payment of rent in return for space on rooftops, in parking lots and on land under long leases
Remove asbestos from fiber-cement roofs, in accordance with best engineering practice, 10-year guarantee
Leverage communication around sustainable development
Have a future stock of zero-energy buildings:
A remarkable strategic benefit in an era of soaring energy prices
No two projects are alike
Our engineering and design department examines and calculates each project according to the landowner's objectives and the site's technical and environmental features.
- Flat roof, sloping roof, sawtooth or non-sawtooth roof: > 3,000 sqm.
- Parking canopies: > 7,000 sqm.
- Ground-mounted PV structures: > 2 hectares
- Local authorities
- Transport & logistics
- Roof-mounted on occupied and unoccupied sites
- Asbestos removal, renovation works: steel tray, fiber cement, watertightness, sandwich panels, framework reinforcement
- Simplified building-integrated panel mounting, or superimposition
- With or without energy storage
Enjeux et avantages
- Proven, reliable and mature wind energy technology
- Steady rise in power rating
- Stable business model
- Compatible with other uses and low impact on the ground.
Wind energy projects offer the potential to:
Create a local source of energy generation compatible with agricultural and industrial uses, with ease of dismantling
Optimize an inexhaustible, stable and continuous source of renewable energy
Minimize land impact through the use of proven, reliable and mature technologies
Meet local electricity generation needs with a renewable source considered to be the most economical solution, after hydropower
Deliver a technical solution for electrical power production that is both independent of fossil fuels and meets mass or domestic electricity needs
Definition of wind energy
Wind is an energy source that does not deplete over time. Wind energy is the kinetic energy generated by masses of air in movement around the earth. It is an indirect form of solar energy: the sun's rays are absorbed into the atmosphere and produce differences in temperature and pressure. This causes masses of air to circulate and accumulate kinetic energy. A clean and non-polluting energy form, wind power generates neither greenhouse gas emissions nor waste.
- Farm of 1 – 10 towers
- Landscape and regional identity requirements met
- Optimized benefits for the local economy
- Support for local authorities to create value: creation and widening of forest paths
Enjeux et avantages
- Carbon neutral
- The most efficient renewable energy sources
- Proven energy conversion technology
- Predictable, reliable and consistent generation of the electricity and heat customers depend on
- Leading source of renewable energy in France, Europe and the world
Biomass projects offer the potential to:
Create value locally with all operators in the wood sector
Promote shorter circuits by developing the local economy
Recover the region’s wood and forest waste for conversion to energy
Create a secure energy supply locally
Definition of biomass
Biomass is derived from the combustion of plant-based materials, mostly wood, and is used as a primary energy source. Wood energy is suitable for several energy applications, including the production of heat, electricity and biofuels. Significant development potential resides in the available wood energy resources in France, including forests, copses and hedges, wood industry by-products, end-of-life wood, short-rotation coppice (SRC), as well as biofuels (cereals, vegetable oils, agricultural residue, olive pits and more).
- 10,000 – 30,000 metric tons of biomass inputs by region
- 0.5 – 20 MW recovered for thermal energy suitable for the end-use needs of consumers
- Technical and financial partnerships with local operators, including industry, local authorities, urban planners and developers
Enjeux et avantages
- Autonomous energy for heat production as fossil fuel costs continue to rise
- Diversification of market outlets for agricultural crops
- Lower costs delivered by the recovery of digestates for use as fertilizer
- Transformation of liquid and solid manure into fertilizer that is more easily assimilated by plants, reducing odors and pathogenic agents
- Competitively priced treatment of organic waste
- Odor elimination
- Lower pollution due to nitrogen leaching
- Sustainable management of organic waste
Biogas projects offer the potential to:
Create value locally with operators from a range of sectors, including agri-foods, agriculture, local authorities, supermarkets and hypermarkets and waste collection service providers
Generate power from waste, which has become a major financial and regulatory challenge
Diversify market outlets for agricultural crops by producing high-quality agricultural fertilizers
Provide an innovative treatment solution to improve waste management by local and regional authorities
Definition of anaerobic fermentation
Anaerobic fermentation is a process of decomposition of organic material by bacteria under anaerobic conditions (without air) to produce methane gas. The process generates biogas, a renewable energy source mainly composed of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2), as well as compost. Biogas can be transformed into heat, electricity and fuel. A renewable energy source, biogas is an economically and environmentally sound option for the treatment of organic waste. It delivers an array of benefits, including diversifying market outlets for crops by the recovery of digestates for fertilizer, and the transformation of liquid manure into fertilizer products. Widely accessible and open to a broad range of operators in agriculture, the agri-food sector and local authorities, biogas can provide heat autonomy for users and deliver environmental benefits in the form of sustainable management of organic waste.
LANGA Group is the specialist in regional, large-scale industrial installations
- Waste: from agriculture, agri-foods, local authorities, hypermarkets and supermarkets, and contract food services
- 20,000 – 40,000 metric tons of waste per year for recovery
- Cogeneration systems generating 1 – 2 MW of electrical power
- Technical and financial partnerships with local operators