The world is changing, the technological advances are taking place with increasing speed, but we must be aware that this change must imply a greater commitment to the development of a sustainable infrastructure, clean technology that performs an efficient management of resources and bet on a firm commitment to the development of the circular economy.
At IDESA we are committed to this development, implementing increasingly sustainable processes, and actively collaborating with our clients in the efficient development of their products in choosing the necessary materials for their manufacture, thereby favoring our sustainability in the long term.
At IDESA we are extremely vigilant so that our activity and our projects have the least possible impact on the environment and the ecosystem in which they are located. This corporate policy was reinforced as of 2014, when the company was acquired by Daniel Alonso Group. Since then, we have made a great effort to implement measures to reduce consumption in our facilities, managing to substantially reduce the carbon footprint generated by our activities. Among other actions, we have changed all the manufacturing facilities to LED lighting, we have also replaced part of the workshops’ machinery park, which has allowed significant energy savings and a reduction of up to 63% in the CO2 emissions produced in the last five years.
Our commitment to sustainability becomes a reality in the renewable projects in which we have participated: offshore wind farms, manufacture of equipment to produce less polluting fuels, biodiesel plants, natural gas extraction and storage plants or projects for the reduction sulfur in fuels. Finally, due to the international community´s commitment to sustainable development, we have participated and are currently participating in CO2 capture and storage projects.
At the present, following energy trends, we are expanding our business development with the participation in the value chain of new energy vectors such as the processing and storage of blue or green hydrogen or liquefied natural gas destined for the maritime transport sector.
Undoubtedly the circular bioeconomy is an essential economic paradigm to maintain competitiveness and contribute to sustainable development and social well-being in the future. At IDESA we assume this new reality and try to promote new production models that help convergence with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals or the Paris Agreement on climate change.