Sustainability is embedded in the design of our solutions
For the construction of Airlight Energy plants
over 50% of value is generated locally:
this includes know-how transfer and training
of skilled workforce, that will remain
occupied after the completion of the plant
for the maintenance operations.
To minimize grey energy content Airlight Energy uses local materials, such as sands
and stones, for the construction of its systems.
Simple construction techniques, low maintenance and a service life of around 60 years further reduce the environmental impact
of the Airlight Energy cradle-to-grave cycle.
Airlight Energy solutions reduce water usage thanks to the self-cleaning properties
of ETFE. Furthermore a special system can recover most of the cleaning water and collect rainwater.
Airlight Energy uses air as heat transfer fluid, which is inexpensive and non-polluting.
Airlight Energy installations allow
an intelligent use of land combining industrial and agricultural activities.