The common goal is to contribute actively to the energy transition, considering sustainability as the driving force behind a process of continuous improvement and the essential principle of responsible economic and social development. Once the plants become operational in 2022, they will produce 100% renewable energy, avoiding the emission of approximately 9,500 tons of C02 per year.
Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) are innovative battery energy storage structures that store, maximize and store the absorption of renewable energy sources.
Their use is perfect for applications that require a fast response time and high power demand in the short or medium term, improving the reliability, availability and efficiency of the power supply.
Solar power generation is experiencing a fast-paced tech development, aimed at a continuous increase in efficiency of power generation from the solar source, thus contributing, along with the increase in the plants number, to the increase of the renewable capacity, toward the ambitious targets set at national and international stages.
Energy transition and renewable energy, including solar power, are a real employment driver.
The solar industry should record a strong global growth of new installations this years, despite issues brought forward in supplying some components, in particular polysilicon, copper and steel. This is the picture painted by the main market reviews.
Summer 2021 will be sadly remembered for the wildfires swept all over the world, from Siberia, to Australia, to the Mediterranean.
Storage, meaning the electricity accumulation system, is a technology destined to play a major role in energy transition.
With the definition “floating photovoltaics” we describe those solar power generation plants built on bodies of water instead on land, through floating structures.
There is an increasingly pressing necessity to decarbonize energy for fighting back against the climate emergency.
Photovoltaics generate sustainable and renewable electric energy. It therefore plays a key role in the energy transition, including the Italian one, and will have to provide a decisive and more relevant contribution – compared to other clean sources –to achieve the decarbonisation targets set for the next decade by the Integrated National Plan for Energy and Climate 2030 (PNIEC 2030).
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