Joule chose the city of Taranto for the third edition of the Circular Bootcamp. The event, organised in collaboration with Confindustria, aims to encourage meetings and cross-pollination between the startup world and the business world.
A whole day, 19 October, was dedicated to discovering the circularity projects of Taranto companies and the 10 Joule ecosystem startups, with a focus on potential synergies and the generation of positive sustainability impacts.
During the event, all participants were introduced to the Open-es platform, a key tool that offers companies a pathway to improve and grow theirsustainability performance.
The Circular Bootcamp closed the three-day Re-think Taranto event, where Eni was involved in addressing the issue of waste recovery through innovative technologies and low impact energy production.
“The 2023 edition of Re-think Taranto," said Michele Viglianisi, Head of HSEQ Department Eni Energy Evolution, "was a valuable opportunity for the ongoing energy transition, also thanks to the major contribution of the city. The key word today is "Governance": a dialogue between industry, region, institutions and culture, all working together towards common goals. Taranto has shown over time that it is capable of delivering governance by bringing together the efforts of a variety of parties".
As part of Re-think, Joule took part in the Sustainable Mobility Hack hackathon, which aimed to develop innovative digital solutions to create a sustainable, state-of-the-art port.
The winning project was EnerVibe Energy Flow, with its innovative flooring system capable of storing the energy generated by people walking on it.