He said that previously, the by-products of agricultural processes were left to decompose – but now they're reused.
"It's advantageous because we go to a farmer, for example, and transform the raw materials that he has stored there. Otherwise, they wouldn't be used," Remond added.
Winemaker Xavier Muller says he has directly benefited from the service offered by H-énergie.
"It's true that, since this mobile granulator exists, it's a lot easier as it's the company that comes to me and transforms my wood into granules that I can use in my wood burner," he said.
"It saves a lot of transport and allows me to make use of the diseased vine shoots I would otherwise have to destroy."
This comes at a time when the popularity of biomass is growing. Consumption of biomass energy increased by over 60 percent between 2002 and 2013, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, with biomass in 2013 accounting for around half of all renewable energy consumed and 5 percent of energy in the U.S.