Threefold energy for Sky Italia
Built between December 2017 and September 2018, the 3.3 MW trigeneration plant created for Sky Italia’s head offices in Milano Rogoredo was activated on 5 November 2018: the media company required a solution that would reduce both its CO2 emissions and its energy costs. Enel X also successfully managed the challenge of building such a technically complex structure while working around the communications technology.
Published on 31 January 2019
New energies for communication. At the request of Sky Italia, Enel X has created a 3.3 MW trigeneration system for the simultaneous production of three forms of energy: electric, thermal (heating) and refrigeration (cooling). The media company has requested a solution which would enable it to reduce both its CO2 emissions and its energy bill.
This is one of the few examples in Italy of a structure of this technical complexity being created without impacting existing services and processes, as the ceaseless activity of the reception/transmission antennas was never interrupted during the construction work that lasted almost one year. Enel X Project Manager, Daniele Itocchi, commented that, “the project was extremely challenging, both from the design and construction perspective and for the multiple skills required to set it up, but it also demonstrates how Enel X manages to meet the requirements of its clients in any situation.”
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