Renewable sources and high-efficiency generation

Clean and sustainable energy

Renewable energies, such as wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, tidal, biomass, are clean and sustainable sources of energy, as opposed to energy produced from traditional fossil fuels, oil, coal and natural gas, and are an essential vector for implementing the ecological transition.

However, it is not enough just to focus on the renewable energy source. It is essential that you select and use the best and most efficient technology available to meet all energy requirements (electrical, thermal and refrigeration).

High-efficiency generation, for example, is a transformation process that converts the primary energy input as efficiently and effectively as possible. This can be achieved by using efficient technologies (e.g. High-efficiency Co-generation and heat pumps), the correct sizing of equipment and optimal plant management.

Completing the picture is the analysis and use of possible innovative energy carriers and storage systems, such as green hydrogen and battery storage, to maximise the efficiency of the overall system, while ensuring the use of a balanced, sustainable, resilient energy mix.

Renewable sources and high-efficiency generation

Expertise and technological solutions

Gemmo supports customers in the analysis and combined use of renewable and innovative energy sources, efficient generation and energy storage, which are key factors for reducing the environmental impact of energy use and, at the same time, for immediately reducing energy costs, with a long-term strategic vision that reconciles value creation and sustainability.

Gemmo has used this philosophy when specialising in the proposal, design, implementation, management and operation of various solutions, including:

  • photovoltaic systems, with various options of installable panels, production optimisation and monitoring systems
  • battery energy storage systems
  • cogeneration and trigeneration plant (combined production of electricity, heating cooling)
  • fuel cells
  • geothermal systems
  • systems for the production and use of green hydrogen.