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2011

Sorgenia and the Mabo group sign agreement to produce energy in an efficient and sustainable way

Sorgenia, the leading private operator in the Italian electricity and gas market, and the Mabo group, a leading Italian company in industrial construction, have today signed an agreement which envisages the installation of 15 MW per year of solar panels on a total of 150,000 square metres of roofs. The agreement will enable Sorgenia to provide more than 20,000 Mwh of renewable energy per year, avoiding the emission into the atmosphere of 10,000 tons of CO2. The Mabo group will build high energy efficiency buildings for its clients with solar panels, while Sorgenia will sell the energy thus produced at an agreed price. The objective is to promote the use of solar energy on industrial roofs in Italy.

11 November 2011 | 09:59 CET