Anticipatory, conscious, ethical and economical action.

At EN.IT we are aware of our responsibility towards the environment, towards current and future generations, and towards ourselves and our economical actions. We know that every activity we undertake has a significant impact on the surrounding environments. Therefore, all our involvement ultimately translates itself into improving, and certainly not harming, our environment. Our fundamental decision to invest exclusively in renewable energies serves to achieve these goals. Last but not least, the high returns on long-term investments prove that ethical interactions and economical success co-operate rather than work against each other.

Business Strategy

“Specialists in the deployment of green energy solutions”

Thanks to our 30 years of consolidated experience, we have become specialists in renewable energy, and reached a matured know-how in all phases of a clean energy project’s life cycle. We achieve satisfactory and quick results through constant monitoring of projects, by keeping track of deadlines, and management of operating costs. Our highly professional team can provide a complete and reliable project development assessment, ensuring optimal entry times into promising projects, where risks are predictable and limited, balanced by adequate returns.

Location – Land use agreements and contract negotiations
Permitting – Feasibility study, regulatory approvals, and permit requirement
Interconnection – Energy grid analysis and interconnection of the plant
PPA - Secure long term Power Purchase Agreements (“PPAs”)
Design – Plant Layout, Selected equipment, and Engineering
Project Finance - Securing non-recourse financing
Construction - Procurement and EPC partner, Fixed-price Construction, Ensured Deadlines
Operations – Plant performance optimization, Operations and Maintenance (“O&M”)
Loan Compliance - Ensuring compliance with financial and non-financial covenants
Sale of Asset - Asset pricing, Optimal exit timing and pricing through structured sales process

Energy market

The global energy demands are set to grow by three quarters until 2050 (IEA, 2020). The growing trend is mainly due to the energy demand of industrialized countries. In 2020, global power production emissions were 31.15 billion tonnes, an overall drop by 5.8% from the previous year and the largest emissions reduction in history.

Trillion US Dollars

Investments needed in new wind and solar power generation within 2020 and 2050.

More than

1 %

The renewable energy capacity share by 2050, compared to the current 25%.

GW power
renewable energy capacity added globally in 2020, compared to the previous 176GW.

More than

1 %
Of all new electricity capacity added in 2020 was renewable.

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Green Hydrogen

The strong growth in photovoltaic numbers of last year can be ascribed to projects deferred by the pandemic or by price increases. Other contributing factors are stronger demand expected in traditional PV markets across the globe. China, the United States, Europe, and India will dominate more than 70% of the market. Solar power is the primary source of energy investment, as it has reached approximately 12% of new solar capacity investments in 2020.

Modern bioenergy provided around 5.1% of total global final energy demand, accounting for about half of all renewable energy in final energy consumption. In 2020, bioenergy electricity generation increased 53 TWh (+8%) from 2019 and policies to support bioenergy power development are improving around the world.

Renewable hydrogen is an energy carrier produced through renewables-driven electrolysis or gasification using renewable feedstocks. Apart from the potential for hydrogen to be stored and converted into electricity when needed, it can be used to increase the penetration of renewables beyond the power sector, mainly in industry and transport. A number of notable policy developments related to renewable hydrogen are taking place around the world. As of early 2020, more than 70 MW of hydrogen electrolyser capacity was in operation globally, with a further 45 MW under construction.

2020 was the best year in history for the global wind industry with 93 GW of new capacity installed, a 53% year-on-year increase. Today, there is now 743 GW of wind power capacity worldwide, helping to avoid over 1.1 billion tonnes of CO2 globally – equivalent to the annual carbon emissions of South America. To keep the carbon emission reduction pace, an amount equal to 180GW of new added capacity on average per year will be needed.