Development of new technologies for industrial insect rearing
Design of turnkey systems for the production of Black Soldier Fly larvae (Hermetia Illucens) and other insects.
Insect Rearing Technologies
The mass rearing of insects is the most recent challenge in which Kour Energy have decided to take part.
We are convinced that this field is going to be of crucial importance in the near future and it will provide the necessary resources for an ever-growing population. Due to its complexity, we believe that this kind of activity requires the simultaneous collaboration of different actors, such as companies and research entities. For this reason, it fits extremely well with our ability of creating strong entrepreneurial relationships and coordinating technical projects.
Today, we offer ourselves as designers and developers of systems for insect rearing, as well as consultants for the optimisation of production processes.
Our approach, in this phase of rapid market growth, entails a specific study of the client’s needs, in order to provide a solution that can be both innovative, sustainable and aligned with the current legislation.
Participation in the European project SCALIBUR (EU Innovation Action), Horizon 2020 programme, ending in 2022.
Design of a pilot plant for the efficient conversion of organic waste (HORECA) into valuable materials, by means of BSF larvae rearing.
Design and development of a plant for the industrial rearing of crickets, in collaboration and for Nutrinsect Srl
The main corporate purpose of the Innovative Startup KINSECT Srl S.B. is the development, production and marketing of innovative products or services with high technological value, for the transformation and bioconversion of organic waste and by-products into proteins, fats and fertilizers through the use of various species of insects
KINSECT Srl, as a Benefit Company, will operate in a responsible, sustainable and transparent way towards people, the territory, the environment and other stakeholders, through the pursuit of purposes of common benefit.