• FuturaSun Plans to Build 2 GW Solar PV Module Factory in Padua, Italy

    /ROME, March 9, 2023, 10:00 GMT, FuturaSun/ FuturaSun, has acquired a 24,000 sqm plot of land in the industrial area of Cittadella (Padua) to establish a new Italian Gigafactory. The facility will reach a 2 GW/year production capacity of high-efficiency photovoltaic modules manufactured using the most innovative technologies. The company relaunches the European photovoltaic supply chain with a new centre dedicated to developing and producing PV modules.

  • FuturaSun Wins China Awards 2023 in the Top Investors Category

    /ROME, December 14, 2023, 10:00 CET, FuturaSun/ FuturaSun, is proud to announce that it has received the prestigious China Awards 2023 in the Top Investors category. This award, now in its 18th edition and organised by Class Editori with the Italy China Council Foundation, annually celebrates the companies that have best grasped the opportunities for exchange between Italy and China. The prize was awarded to FuturaSun in recognition of the extraordinary ability demonstrated in managing investments in China and for building solid relationships with institutions and leading industrial players. FuturaSun’s deep understanding of the Chinese culture and market has played a key role in achieving the company’s business goals.

  • Repsol Plans to Develop Over 1,700 (1.7 GW) Renewable Energy Projects in Italy

    /MADRID, May 17, 2023, 11:00 GMT, Repsol/ Repsol will develop renewable projects in Italy, totalling 1,768 MW. It has a portfolio in the country that, once fully operational, will add 943 MW of wind and 825 MW of photovoltaic solar projects to the multi-energy company's portfolio of renewable projects. More than 60% of the projects in Italy are at an advanced stage of development.

  • Solar Energy Market State in Italy

    /16th January 2018, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTMItaly nowadays is among leading renewable power producers in Europe. The solar photovoltaic (PV) technology has the largest stake compared to other renewable energy technologies in Italy. Reasons behind the domination of solar PV energy in Italy are favourable geographic location of the country and Italian government support system Conto Energia for solar PV projects, which started in 2005 as a strategy to meet renewable energy targets set out in the EU Directive 2001/77/EC (European Parliament and Council of European Union 2001).

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