Italian multinational company Enel has been selected by food group Cremonini to develop and deliver personalized energy services to help the company meet its energy sustainability goals.
Enel through its subsidiary Enel X will build renewable energy projects to supply food production sites belonging to Inalca, a subsidiary of Cremonini in Italy.
Renewable energy projects include a 4 MW solar photovoltaic system which is expected to prevent emissions of 1,850,000 kg of carbon per year.
Currently, Inalca generates 100% of the energy necessary for the operation of its sites and more than 40% of this comes from renewable sources.
Enel X will offer the Cremonini Group maintenance and energy management services across the entire portfolio of sites,
Enel has also partnered with Cremonini under an agreement signed with Chef Express for the development of two 50 kW solar photovoltaic systems in the provinces of Udine and Venice.
“Our group’s commitment to sustainable development has seen us as pioneers in various sectors, including the use of self-produced energy from renewable sources, with concrete and widespread application of the principles of the circular economy », Explains Andrea Zanaglia, energy director of the Cremonini group. . “The agreement with Enel X allows us to take a new step in the use of photovoltaics on a large scale, bringing Inalca’s share of energy used from renewable sources to more than 50% of the total.