The Company

A pioneering company in
the renewable energy sector
with a revolutionary and
unique approach.

A Unique Vision

Thanks to a unique vision and an unwavering commitment to sustainability, ATH Bioenergy embarks on an ambitious project aimed at redefining the standards of clean energy production and efficient waste management in the Canary Islands.
Our Commitment to
Excellence and Environmental
ATH Bioenergy, a pioneering company in the renewable energy sector with a revolutionary and unique approach, has undergone a significant transformation with the entry of Suma Capital as an investment partner. This milestone marks the beginning of a new era for the company, aiming to consolidate its position as a pioneer in transforming the energy and waste management landscape in the Canary Islands.

The main milestone of this initiative is the construction of four innovative biometane and fertilizer production plants. This strategic plan will be implemented gradually starting from the summer of 2024, marking the beginning of a series of installations across the islands. The first plant, located in Gran Canaria, will be followed by facilities in Tenerife, Fuerteventura, and finally, Lanzarote.

ATH Bioenergy's vision is grounded in a strong commitment to the environment and the well-being of local communities. We aim not only to generate sustainable energy from renewable sources but also to contribute to the ecological cycle by addressing the waste disposal issue.

In this context, ATH Bioenergy positions itself as a comprehensive solution for the efficient management of organic waste in the Canary Islands. Our facilities not only convert organic waste into biometane and fertilizers but also address a critical problem of waste disposal and elimination, thus promoting a cleaner and healthier environment for local communities. This holistic approach reflects our ongoing commitment to sustainability and positive impact on the environment.

Our Focus on the Islands

Working towards a more prosperous and
sustainable future in the Canary Islands.

At the core of ATH Bioenergy lies the belief

that the energy future of the Canary Islands

must be driven by innovation,

environmental responsibility, and collaboration,

in order to lead the way towards a cleaner,

more sustainable, and efficient future.

Mission and Vision

ATH Bioenergy implements a circular economy model by converting organic waste into biometane and redistributing it to hotels and industrial consumers in the Canary Islands. This initiative aims to efficiently manage organic waste and reduce the dependence on imported propane in the hotel sector. Projections suggest that these plants will significantly reduce the dependence on fossil fuels and CO2 emissions, estimated at 118,000 tons per year.
Efficiency and
as integration elements
in the territory.
Furthermore, the project will improve energy efficiency and generate local employment opportunities, thus promoting economic and environmental sustainability. In summary, this investment addresses environmental, social, and economic concerns, showing a comprehensive positive influence on both the community and the regional energy landscape.

ATH Bioenergy's investment provides numerous environmental benefits, notably the reduction of CO2 emissions through sustainable waste management and the decrease in dependence on imported fossil fuels. The hotel sector will benefit from having a renewable and reliable energy source, enhancing the region's attractiveness for commercial expansion. Additionally, local communities will benefit from substantial improvements in air quality, employment opportunities, and proximity economy as a result of this initiative.

The project aims for an annual reduction of approximately 118,000 tons of CO2 emissions and a biometane production equivalent to 134GWh/year. By processing 128,000 tons of organic waste annually, it will not only generate biometane but also mitigate the environmental impact associated with traditional landfill disposal. The adoption of semi-dry digestion technology will also minimize water usage. This investment could be pivotal for the region as the project primarily, though not exclusively, targets the hotel industry, which accounts for 30-35% of the GDP and 35% of propane imports in the Canary Islands.