Industrial processes at the heart of our methodology
We study the use of energy throughout your production system, to offer you solutions that are best fit for your product transformation needs.
We proceed in three steps.
Eco-design and optimize the process
Valorize heat waste
Evaluate self-generation options
We work with multiple industrial sectors.
Cheese and dairy
This sector presents major thermal challenges: Regulation of ripening and pasteurization cycles, thermal and chemical management of on-site cleaning, and optimization of heat flows for drying towers, concentrators, and phase change processes.Read our articles on the blog
Chocolate is formed by mechanical and thermal energy. From roasting to tempering, heat flows must be regulated, especially when mixing the cocoa in conches so that the chocolate doesn't solidify. Cleaning, which consumes energy, is another optimization lever.Read our articles on the blog
Brewery and drinks
In breweries, heat can be used in the thermal cycles of pasteurization, fermentation, filtration, aging, boiling and brewing. As for packaging, energy optimization of pasteurization and bottle cleaning also saves water and chemical products.Read our articles on the blog
Welding and glassware
High-temperature processes require special expertise. Above all, the optimization of the operating media (cold, heat, air compression, vacuum) requires complex and very specific settings.Read our articles on the blog
The challenge in this sector is to regulate and optimize the production of cold and heat for air treatment, both for the process and for comfort in the workshops. The temperature and hygrometry control is done according to the use (white rooms, grey rooms, laboratory, etc.).Read our articles on the blog
In many recipes with different operations, the processes of separation of components (distillation, drying, filtration, concentration) and reaction between components (reaction, extraction) are very energy intensive and require thermal control.Read our articles on the blog
Young Innovative Company, winner of the Réseau Entreprendre 92 and member of the French Tech Paris Saclay, Lemon Energy innovates in industrial performance.
Lemon Energy's innovation, recognised by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, is based on Industry 4.0 technologies to improve energy performance in real time thanks to predictive analysis algorithms adapted to processes.
Using a multidisciplinary approach combining basic science, engineering and data science, we analyse energy data to address three issues
Where are the energy saving opportunities? Theoretical and statistical modelling
What causes energy loss? Machine learning algorithms
What actions should be taken to reduce current or future energy losses? Prescriptive and predictive analysis