State of the Green Economy
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Towards a sustainable and smarter future

Our aim of crafting a sustainable and smarter future is achievable through numerous services that utilise Nature Based Assets such as wind, solar, and anaerobic digestion. For instance, renewable energy technologies including those powered by wind turbines, solar panels and anaerobic digestion are becoming increasingly cost-effective forms of energy generation. Furthermore, hydrogen vehicles are proving to be a viable and cleaner alternative form of transportation for the public.

Nature Based Assets such as these give us the ability to tackle climate change and reduce dependence on carbon-based energy resources. Therefore it is essential that we capitalise on Nature Based Assets along with other innovative services in order to move towards a sustainable future.

Nature Based Assets

Nature Based

Hydrogen Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles

Wind Solar

Wind and

Anaerobic Digestion


Nature Based Assets

Nature-based assets refer to natural resources and ecosystems, such as forests, wetlands, and coral reefs, that provide valuable goods and services to human society, such as water filtration, flood control, carbon sequestration, and habitat for wildlife.

These assets can also have economic value and can be managed for sustainable use. They are increasingly recognized as important for addressing global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and human well-being.

  1. Forestry
  2. Blue Carbon
  3. Agriculture
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Hydrogen Electric Vehicles

GEP is revolutionizing the transportation industry with their zero-emission, smart and connected vehicles. With over 50,000 of these innovative systems in operation around the globe and a mastery of logistics processes, autonomous technology - as well as emerging energy solutions – GEP is transforming mobility for industries ranging from ports to underground works.

Looking forward to smarter travel that's both more efficient AND ecofriendly? Look no further than GEP!

Our Partners has been listed on Euronext Growth since 2010 (EURONEXT GROWTH – FR0010342329)

  1. Autonomous Driving
  2. Robotic Arm
  3. Fleet Orchestration
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Wind and Solar

Wind and solar are renewable energy sources that harness the power of the natural elements wind and sunlight to generate electricity. They are considered clean energy sources as they do not produce emissions or pollution, unlike traditional fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas.

Wind power is generated through the use of wind turbines that convert the kinetic energy of wind into electrical energy.

Solar power is generated through the use of solar panels that convert sunlight into electrical energy. Both technologies are becoming increasingly important in the transition to a low-carbon energy system and in efforts to address climate change.

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Anaerobic Digestion

Anaerobic digestion is a biological process that occurs in the absence of oxygen, in which microorganisms break down organic matter, such as food waste or agricultural waste, into biogas. The biogas, which is primarily composed of methane and carbon dioxide, can be used as a source of renewable energy.

The process also produces a nutrient-rich residue that can be used as fertilizer. Anaerobic digestion has multiple benefits, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions from organic waste, reducing the demand for chemical fertilizers, and producing renewable energy.

It is widely used in the treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater and in the management of livestock manure.

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