Eni’s installed capacity from renewable sources grows threefold

Oil&Gas Materials 1 November 2021 12:55 (UTC +04:00)

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Nov.1

By Leman Zeynalova – Trend:

As of September 30, 2021, the installed capacity of Italian Eni company from renewable sources is 834 MW, which grew almost threefold compared to 31 December 2020 (307 MW), Trend reports with reference to the company.

At the end of the year with the finalization of the announced deals it is expected a renewable capacity installed/under construction of 2 GW, strongly increasing compared to the previous forecast of about 1 GW, while the only figure of installed capacity increases from an initial estimate of 0.7 GW to 1.2 GW at the end of 2021.

Vårgronn, joint venture between Eni and HitecVision, has signed a collaboration agreement with Equinor for the possible development of offshore wind installations in the North Utsira area. In addition, established an alliance with Agder Energi and GIG, one of the world’s largest green infrastructure developers, for the joint participation in the competitive bid launched by the Norwegian authorities for the development of offshore wind facilities in the area of Sørlige Nordsjø II, targeting to install up to 3 GW of new capacity.

Agreement with Red Rock Power, a Scottish company active in the development of offshore wind projects, to submit a joint bid for a competitive tender for the allocation of wind power generation capacity in Scotland, as well as for further future projects. The initiative will benefit from the collaboration of Transmission Investment, engaged in the field of electricity transmission in the UK.

Eni signed an agreement for the acquisition of 100 percent of the company Be Power Spa, which through the subsidiary Be Charge is the second Italian operator of installing and operating charging columns for electric cars with over 5,000 charging points. The operation will be completed upon receipt of the authorizations by the competent Authorities.

Eni gas e luce, through Evolvere, has acquired 100 percent of PV Family, an innovative start-up that manages My Solar Family, the largest digital community of prosumers (consumers/energy producers) in Italy with over 80,000 members. The company signed an agreement with Hyundai for the development of electric mobility in Italy with the aim of expanding the range of solutions for charging electric cars and to boost energy efficiency.


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