Energy Areas



  • 17,000
    interested visitors




    Pollutec 2018 offers a unique array of technologies and services for the energy and energy efficiency sectors for the industry, cities and building professionals.

    2018 exhibitors

  • Energy exhibition areas at Pollutec

  • Energy and solar panel


    • Renewable energy sources

    • Waste to energy

      Waste to energy

    • Conventional energy (production)

      Upkeep / Handling
      Generating sets
      Cold generation
      Gas generation
      Steam generation
      Electrical power generation
      Compressed air treatment and generation
      Turbines (Combined cycle)
      Geared motors / Frequency inverters

    • Consulting, Engineering & Services

    Energy efficiency and LED light bulb

    Energy efficiency
    & Combatting Greenhouse Gases

    • Energy efficiency

    • Combatting greenhouse gases

    • Consulting, Engineering & Services

  • Pollutec's added value on the sector

  • Biogas Village (in partnership with Biogaz Vallée)

    Conference Forum

    Innovation Hub

  • Business Meetings

    Projects Detection Platform

    Sites Visits

  • Gallery

  • Tendances du marché

    ENERGY - CLIMATE - AIR QUALITY Innovations on the Pollutec 2016 TV set
    Energy transition implies a real change for our modes of production, distribution and consumption. Based on three key points – decarbonized, decentralised and digital – it must ensure compliance with the targets set by the Paris Agreement to limit global warming to below 2°C while the global demand for energy continues to increase.

    Whether this concerns renewable energy or energy recovery, waste-to-energy or energy storage, the Energy Transition sector is based on the development of innovations where smart technologies and digital solutions feature prominently (e.g.: data processing, new services, connected objects, etc.). New prospects are emerging or being confirmed associated with smart cities, smart homes, electric mobility and, more generally, with energy efficiency which continues to increase in value.

    Energy efficiency aims to consume less and better for the same service delivered. It concerns both products and processes in construction, networks, transport and industry. Energy efficiency can meet the issues of competitiveness, limit energy costs and reduce GHG emissions. Despite this, its improvement level worldwide fell in 2017 and global carbon emissions reached an all-time high. Europe is still a long way from the 30% target by 2030.

    Our Energy sectors partners

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