Aliaxis Italia chooses energy from renewable sources for sustainable growth
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Aliaxis Italia chooses energy from renewable sources for sustainable growth: the installation of a photovoltaic system on the roof of the Casella site has begun.

Aliaxis Italia adopts solar energy to reduce CO2 emissions in the FIP plant - Formatura Iniezione Polimeri Spa, located in Casella.
The Italian division of the Aliaxis Group has made an important ecological decision, relying on BayWa r.e. Power Solutions, a company specialized in the provision of energy services and solutions, to address the problem of CO2 emissions at the FIP production site.

The company, with over 60 years of experience in the production of valves and fittings in thermoplastic materials for the transport of pressurized fluids, is one of the 5 production sites in Italy of the Aliaxis Group, which has included the transition to green energy among its corporate sustainability objectives.

The project involves the installation of more than 2,000 photovoltaic panels on the roof of the FIP plant, with a total power of 1.11 MWp. This photovoltaic system, which will cover a total area of 5,272 square meters, will allow the company to save 639 kilograms of CO2 per year. 85% of the 1,204,000 kWh of clean energy produced annually will be consumed directly at the plant.

Daniel Di Tullio, Vice President of Aliaxis Italia, commented enthusiastically: "This project represents an important milestone for us that contributes to the achievement of the objectives set by the Aliaxis Group to reduce CO2 emissions by 75% by 2025."

Luca Ori, Manufacturing Director of Aliaxis Italia, added: "We have more than 250 resources who produce high-quality valves through the use of particularly energy-intensive processes. The photovoltaic system will allow us to save on electricity costs and at the same time take an active part in the global energy transition by promoting sources with low environmental impact."

Francesca Manso, Managing Director of BayWa r.e. Power Solutions, explained: "The photovoltaic system for the FIP plant was tailor-made to be able to offer the company a turnkey product. We have designed a ready-to-use plug-and-play electrical substation for all electrical components and the four inverters, an optimized solution that reduces activation times for the company."

This initiative demonstrates Aliaxis Italia's commitment to reducing CO2 emissions and switching to more sustainable energy sources, as today, all companies are called upon to contribute to the energy transition and reduce their carbon footprint.