We improve air quality by providing a low carbon economy
Since 2016, ValueSkies has been pioneering and at the forefront of the energy transition and biomaterials production developing initiatives from non conventional sources.
ValueSkies is looking to solve the following issues
ValueSkies and its strategic partners are ready to offer in Latin America (initially) solutions to complex problems, such as:
Causing more biodiversity loss, hurricanes, droughts, floods, melting of glaciers, etc.
Causing the death of more than 9 million people per year
Inefficient use of agricultural residues
Agricultural residues are not being managed efficiently, causing damage to the environment. These can be a source of new and better income for peasant families. These residues also serve as raw material for the production of liquid fuels capable of replacing fossil fuels.
Poor disposal of municipal solid waste
Municipal solid waste is burned and inefficiently used, affecting social and environmental matters.
Poverty, Inequality and lack of opportunities in the rural sector of developing countries
Contract farming in deprived rural areas is almost nil, ffood prices in some seasons is not enough to cover production cost, and young people are migrating to the cities due to a lack of opportunities.
ValueSkies has the technological configurations capable of producing clean energy in its three states of matter:
Second Generation Pellets
SAF or RD
Green Hydrogen from Biomass
How ValueSkies' comprehensive solution addresses these problems
Thanks to his long experience of more than 16 years in the Modern Bioenergy sector, William...
Thanks to his long experience of more than 16 years in the Modern Bioenergy sector, William creates ValueSkies, for the implementation of innovative and disruptive technologies in the sector of municipal solid waste and efficient use of agricultural waste. Before creating ValueSkies, William led commercial and collaborative relationships for the development of cellulosic fuels with Abengoa, Dupont; Novozymes; Beta Renewables, Italy and Clariant, Germany, being the forerunner of the first legal licensing structures for technologies related to Modern Bioenergy.
Martha Lucia Jiménez
Operations and Public Sector Relations Director
Business Administrator with more than 30 years of experience in the management and...
Business Administrator with more than 30 years of experience in the management and leadership of engineering, construction and basic sanitation companies. She has been a promoter and builder of real estate megaprojects. She is a founding partner of several companies from different economic sectors and a member of different boards of directors. Martha has a masters degree in renewable energies from the University of Spain.
Acting Business Development and Impact Director
After 15 years of experience in the financial sector with JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley,...
After 15 years of experience in the financial sector with JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley, Alejandro founded Mutual Empathy, a venture impact studio, to create and incubate high impact projects in the circular and creative economies. He also founded RWC in order to mobilize resources towards Mutual Empathy's verticals and portfolio companies and initiatives which he co-founded like ValueSkies.
Jean Jacques Derouette
Jean Jacques is Chemical Engineer from the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble, France...
Jean Jacques is Chemical Engineer from the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble, France and Master from Stanford University in California. He is an expert in different areas such as the evaluation of gasification techniques based on the type of carbonated materials to be gasified, in the industrial application of these techniques and in titration techniques for gasification in different products. He has worked for more than 25 years in the field of bioenergy production, operating on behalf of innovative companies in the sector such as KL Energy; Total, Electricity of France and Deutsche Bank. Prior to ValueSkies, he worked in evaluating different process design packages for the production of synthetic fuels from raw materials such as municipal solid waste, agricultural residues and energy crops.
Acting Finance Director
Sacha is a founding Partner/Director of RWC LLC, a Delaware based asset management...
Sacha is a founding Partner/Director of RWC LLC, a Delaware based asset management company focusing on sustainable and impact investing in private equity. Sacha joined Partner Alejandro Calderon in September of 2020 as a Director at Mutual Empathy LLC, a venture building studio that incubates impact opportunities at the early/pre-seed stage.
Climate Integrity Council
José Lindo is co-founder of 2050 Life Investments, the first impact investment...
José Lindo is co-founder of 2050 Life Investments, the first impact investment B Corp. José is also a visionary thanks to being the spokesperson for the positive scenario of the UN Millennium Ecosystem Assessment in 2009. Over the years, he has been developing his knowledge, sensitivity and experience on innovative financing mechanisms for mitigation and adaptation to the climate crisis. Throughout his career, he has worked as a policymaker for the UN and several governments, designing the fundraising of schemes such as the cap-and-trade EU ETS, UN-REDD, Article 6 of the Paris Agreement or recently the Voluntary Biodiversity Units and Hemp Removals. He was part of the team of experts that designed the Core Carbon Principles by TSVCM and the Carbon Pricing Principles by ICC.
Note: Renewable synthetic fuels are identical to fossil fuels, therefore it is possible to use the existing fossil fuel refining, transportation, and distribution infrastructure. Additionally, it is not necessary to make modifications to aircraft, ships, trucks, automobiles, motorcycles, or agricultural machinery.
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