BUILDING AN ENERGY COMMUNITY
In Italy, Energy Communities, i.e. associations of citizens and companies that have decided to produce energy from renewable sources and consume the energy produced directly ‘on site’, or store it in special storage systems, are becoming increasingly widespread.
Romeo Group Fotovoltaica SRL offers its expertise to produce and exploit zero-kilometre energy, based on the principle of self-consumption. Energy Communities are an opportunity for everyone, also because they can help to achieve decarbonisation targets at national and EU level.
STEPS TOWARDS A MORE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Our company specialises in renewable energy, photovoltaic power plants, energy communities, and 110% Superbonus solutions. We offer more than 35 years of expertise and operations as a general contractor throughout Italy. Each Energy Community is a new, important step towards environmental sustainability.
ALL ARE PRODUCERS WITH ENERGY COMMUNITIES
With the energy community, the energy produced remains on-site and is consumed by the community members, and the self-consumed energy receives an incentive from the GSE (we take care of the administrative formalities associated with projects using GSE incentives). Romeo Group Fotovoltaica SRL is alongside the consumer for a new challenge, to be more and more green.
In Italy it is possible to create Energy Communities and we help territories to create communities that produce clean electricity for self-consumption.
An Energy Community allows citizens, associations and companies to set up facilities for the production of energy from renewable sources (photovoltaics) and to consume it themselves.
The number of local communities that decide to rely on photovoltaics and create Energy Communities is growing. Romeo Group Fotovoltaica Srl offers its know-how to these realities. Our company is a pioneer of photovoltaics in Calabria and offers over thirty years of experience in the sector at the service of people, communities and environmental sustainability.
Energy Communities are a ‘legal entity’ based on open and voluntary participation. They are controlled by actors close to the production facilities.
Shareholders or members of Energy Communities are individuals, SMEs or local authorities (typically municipalities).
The objective of Energy Communities is to provide environmental, economic or social benefits at community level to members or shareholders.