Biomass Energy Project S.A.

Modular Medical Units in the Container Technology

Biomass Energy Project SA was established in 2011 as a company providing services related to renewable energy as well as production and processing of plant biomass into innovative products. In 2012 the company entered the New Connect market on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Since then it has been developing its business activities in the new technologies industry.

During the first few years, the company designed, among others, a modular laboratory project for plant micropropagation based on in vitro techniques, specialized substrate mixing technologies for plant cultivation and worked on producing sorbents from biomass for their high-technology application including hydrogen storage, production of electrode material for supercapacitors, production of material for highly effective filters and other methods of biomass processing. In addition, we are implementing an innovative timber product project (structure elements and panels of enhanced durability will be produced from wood waste) for which in 2020 we received a grant from the National Centre for Research and Development. Since a few years we have also been working on the development of electromobility. We are proud of numerous projects comprising drive units, control units, and construction of such vehicles. Moreover, our offer embraces electric vehicles, such as e.g. scooters, bikes and electric scooters, three- and four-wheel light commercial vehicles as well as watercrafts including surfboards with an electric or hydrofoil drive and water electric scooters. We have not only developed a battery production department for electric vehicles, but also power banks based on lithium cells. Having that in mind, we have established BEP BATTERY PACK SA, a subsidiary which has elaborated power banks for household installations. Within the framework of the consortium with the leading Polish companies providing services related to photovoltaic industry, the company develops a project of large power banks for electric vehicle charging stations and for professional energy sector.

The coronavirus pandemic outbreak resulted in the fact that a large part of research potential has been directed into implementation of products which can help in the fight against epidemic. We have developed a modular medical unit system that can be used to construct observation wards, infectious disease wards or hospitals and triage stations or facilities supporting hospital emergency departments, clinics, laboratories or diagnostic centres in a very efficient way. Bearing in mind individual needs of the customer we design facilities from the least complex ones to the facilities meeting the highest expectations. We are able to equip them in an airlock system, hypertension or vacuum zones, air conditioning and ventilation systems with HEPA filters of various levels, medical gas systems and other equipment, which ensures the same standard as the one used in intensive medical supervision in an isolated environment. We offer control equipment as well as equipment for protection against microorganisms (thermovision gateways, mist generators, sets of air filtering devices in hospital rooms, dry steam generators for quick room disinfection) as well as means of transport (ambulances). In addition, our offer includes equipment for dental clinics. We can construct them using modular technology by equipping them in any security system that reduces the spread of infections (ventilation systems with HEPA filters, devices for sucking the air exhaled by the patient and aerosols created while carrying out medical procedures, HEPA filters with UV filters).

The company is also working on a ground-breaking project which consists in implementing an IT platform with AI elements that can revolutionize basic health care system in terms of complete digitalization. AI system support will enable relieving medical staff and physicians who, in turn, will be more effective. Providing an extended range of medical services will be possible as well, whereas transferring most of the activities into e-services and e-ordering domain will result in overcoming problems related to human resources and in reducing the possibility of infection transmission.

Wojciech Skarbonkiewicz,