Ecocampus | Renewable Energies

What we do?


Ecocampus develops ECOSYSTEMS to achieve maximum efficiency interrelated with energy production technologies and environmental solutions for the benefit of our Clients.


The world is changing. What about energy sources?


We are living in a time of energy transition characterized by the importance of the use of renewable energies, decarbonization, the use of less polluting fuels, solar panels in our homes, electricity storage systems, or including electric vehicles in our lives, among other things. One of our values as a company is precisely to include the energy transition at the heart of everything we do.

Faced with this new scenario, it is absolutely necessary to modify our consumption patterns if we want to reach the goal of reducing CO2 emissions and making our environment more sustainable.

Solar Energy

Solar energy is the energy that we obtain from the sun. Through solar panels, solar radiation is absorbed and transformed into electricity that can be stored or fed into the electrical grid.

There is also thermoelectric solar energy, which uses solar radiation to heat a fluid (which can be water) until it generates steam and drives a turbine that generates electricity.

Wind Energy

In the case of wind energy, the generation of electricity is carried out with the force of the wind.

Windmills in wind farms are connected to electricity generators that transform the force of the wind that turns their blades into electrical energy.

Electromagnetic Energy

Electromagnetic energy is the amount of energy stored in a region of space that we can attribute to the presence of an electromagnetic field, and which will be expressed as a function of the magnetic field and electric field strengths.

Electric power by green hydrogen


Although hydrogen is the most abundant chemical element on the planet, it is not available as a molecule in any reservoir. It has to be obtained from other sources, “The main one is water, H2O. And fossil fuels also have a lot of hydrogen, such as natural gas. That is the main source to obtain it at present.

The production of hydrogen for energy purposes is classified by colors that refer to how clean or not its generation is.

Blue Hydrogen

To generate it, it is extracted from natural gas fields.
If CO2 is prevented from being released to the surface, it does not contribute to global warming. But
that raises costs, so much of it is produced with some load of coal.

Green Hydrogen

It is that which is produced through renewable energy sources, such as that generated by solar panel fields or wind farms, which take advantage of the wind.
This clean energy is used to power machines.

Experience ofEcocampus Group S.A.S.


We have developed photovoltaic projects that allow us to have a successful experience in structuring, engineering and construction with 365,500,000 kWp.

Our BUSINESS GROUP has experience in different fields of action in the energy sector, which are listed below:

Currently our natural markets are Central and South America.
As an example of this we can mention some of the following projects executed and in operation:

Smart cities


The definition adopted by the Center for Research and Development in Information and Communication Technologies (CINTEL) the Smart City is that city characterized by the intensive use of ICTs in the creation and improvement of the systems that make up the city.
that make up the city.

Its goal is to create a sustainable environment that optimizes the use that citizens make of public spaces and facilitates mobility. But there is one group of the population for whom smart cities can make a fundamental difference: people with disabilities A smart city integrates society with its government.

Through intelligent systems (apps), it detects citizens’ needs and generates solutions, preferably in real time, to contribute to social welfare. Everyone participates in them: citizens, public administration, companies.


Smart cities


According to their criteria, a Smart City must take into account 9 dimensions in which a city must be developed to be considered smart and sustainable: Human capital: developing, attracting and nurturing talent. Social cohesion: with consensus between the different social groups in the city.

Photovoltaic Street Furniture

Acoustic Photovoltaic Wall

Photovoltaic Greenhouses

Photovoltaic Buildings

Curtain Wall.

Intelligent Street Lighting

For smart cities.

Flexible ScalablePlatforms


The Platform Controls Suite adds smart lighting capabilities to existing and/or new street lighting inventory.

We provide users with a range of control options, ranging from basic networked lighting to more advanced Smart City/ Smart Grid enabled solutions. Whatever the application, we have a solution to suit the specific requirements and budget.

The system enables additional energy savings. It stores all the information needed to make decisions regarding the lighting infrastructure. It remotely monitors all connected lighting assets, sets lighting schedules and generates detailed status reports, and even reduces lighting costs.
even reduces maintenance costs by enabling better planning and effectiveness.