A green heart
at the service of energy

Energy is not just all around us, it’s also inside of us: every action, even the most simple one, is possible thanks to the production and transformation of energy. It’s a continuous and relentless natural process, that men have learnt to recreate. Thus, we have mastered the use of energy for our daily activities. However, are we actually better than nature at that?

The energy of the future, today.

The “energy of the future” is the one that has learnt to duplicate “zero waste” mechanisms that are characteristic of natural processes: NVA Renewables develops, builds and operates power generation plants from renewable energy sources, such as solar energy, wind energy and biogas, with the ambition to position itself as one of the leading Independent Power Producers in Italy.

NVA considers sustainability as a key factor of its activities, with the will to act in all its projects according to the principles of Responsibility and Ethical Management, in close cooperation with its strategic partners and inspired by the principles of the Circular Economy.

NVA’s green energy is strictly based on renewable resources:

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Wind Power

from the wind’s kinetic energy.

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Biomass Power

from natural and sustainable fuels.

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Solar Power

from the main energy source on earth.

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Green Hydrogen Power

clean energy without pollutant emission.

We plan your future

Projects (Mw)

CO2 reduction tons/year

% renewable sources

“Zero Waste” goal

The project for each new system takes into account a series of factors such as the structure of the land and the possibility to extract the right amount of energy form it. Furthermore, are taken into account the returns on the community, the quality of life and the economic impact, the valorization of the territory and the duration of the system. That’s why NVA’s partners are themselves players in the field of Sustainable Energy, that share the same vision and the same mission.

Economia circolare
Economia circolare