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 designs and creates systems for sustainable energy such as solar, wind and biogas power systems,in cooperation with strategic partners, based on the principles of Circular Economy. The procedure begins with the analysis of the energy needs and the identification of the ideal location where to satisfy them, to then design the project and plan ahead the system’s duration.
NVA’s green energy is strictly based on renewable resources:
from the wind’s kinetic energy.
from the main energy source on earth
from natural and sustainable fuels.
From NVA’s world
“Biogas Sardegna Green”
Source: Borsa Italiana
“Biogas Sardegna Green” is the name of the listing on the Italian Stock Exchange where NVA is one of the strategic partners of the project. The titles are traded on the unregulated market ExtraMOT – ExtraMOT Pro3 segment.
New biogas system in Sardinia
Source: Milano Finanza
The economic newspaper reports on the project “Biogas Sardegna Green” explaining the amounts and the financial instruments that will be traded on the unregulated market ExtraMOT – segment ExtraMOT Pro3. NVA is at the side of BSGreen S.r.l. for the realization of the new biogas plant in Sardinia.
The new plant for Oristano has been presented
Source: Foresight Group e Regione Sardegna
The work designed by NVA together with its partners BSGreen, Anaergia and VMV Ingegneria will be realized in the province of Oristano. The fund manager Foresight Group announced the subscription of a series of project bonds with the participation also of SFRS (Società Finanziaria Regione Sardegna), which deals with the economic and social development of the territory.
Biomass system in Oristano
Source: Università di Sassari
BSGreen, administered by Andrea Massidda, will build the system in the province of Oristano that will generate biogas through the use of slaughtering waste, in collaboration with the University of Sassari Faculty of Agriculture. The partners alongside BSGreen are NVA, Anaergia and Matteo Negri.
Interview to the Mayor of Arcidano
The Mayor of Arcidano Davide Fanari in an interview with the newspaper about the new SOA system said: “Is among the best projects presented in Sardinia in recent years, in a perspective of true ecological transition, of a process of technological innovation, which does not deal only with economic profits, but respects the rules for a complete environmental sustainability”
Start of the new construction site
Source: La Nuova Sardegna
Everything is ready for the start of the construction site of the animal waste treatment system wanted by BS Green. BSGreen explain: “From waste recovery we get products, such as compost and steam, which we then feed back into the supply chain. And the research relationship with the university will allow us to produce quality materials, which will give an important added value to agriculture and breeding in the area.”
Many believe that it will be the energy source of the future, the one that will allow us to win the sustainability challenge: we’re talking about hydrogen.
Why hydrogen? For starters, it’s the most common element in the whole universe: we’re talking about an almost unlimited energy source, which can potentially power any human activity. All without producing any waste pollutants.
Power of the 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 whyNVA’s partners are themselves players in the field of Sustainable Energy, that share the same vision and the same mission.