Galileo and Hope, agreement on onshore wind farms in Italy

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The pan-European renewables platform Galileo and Hope, a company with technical and operational headquarters in Bari that operates in the design of renewable plants, have entered into a new joint development agreement for a 300 megawatt pipeline of onshore wind farms in Italy.

Parks throughout the territory

The agreement provides for the design of onshore wind farms throughout the national territory and consolidates the collaboration between the two companies, already involved with the joint ventures Lupiae Maris (525 megawatts) and Barium Bay (1,100 megawatts) in floating offshore wind power in the sea Adriatic.

The requests relating to some projects, the two companies say, have already been presented to the Via Nazionale Commission. «The collaboration with Galileo – states Michele Scoppio, CEO of the Hope group – is consolidated and together we want to develop further new projects that have, as always, renewable sources at their centre».

Large spaces for wind power in Italy

Francesco Dolzani, business development director of Galileo in Italy, explains that «onshore wind represents approximately half of the 10 gigawatts of projects that Galileo is carrying out in nine European countries. We believe, in particular, that this technology still has ample room for penetration in Italy, as demonstrated by the objectives of the latest Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan, which envisages 28 gigawatts by 2030, and by the great demand for energy from renewables by the Italian industrial sector”.

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