INNOVA Energias Renováveis was created in 2011 aiming to develop opportunities in the area of renewable energy, through the use of modern, efficient, simple and commercially attractive technologies.
In March 2011 INNOVA acquired an exclusive license for the use of the Slow Rotating Drum Pyrolysis Technology from the Italian company MAIM Engineering Srl. With many advantages comparing to traditional technologies, it is ideal for the energy recovery of organic residues, especially Municipal Solid Waste.
After a period of study on the Municipal Solid Waste market in Brazil, INNOVA is installing its first facility in Brazil, in the Science and Technological Park Inova/Unicamp, at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP). The project has also the partnership with the Electra Energy Group, one of the biggest electricity traders in the country.