Decarbonization is for the planet health, the ultimate goal. We are going to reveal some solutions, with the purpose of reducing the impact that metropolises and construction have on the environment.
Where we are developing latest-generation technologies for latest-generation renewables and environmental protection.
Luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs): smart windows to you. Eni's research centre in Novara has reinvented photovoltaic solar power, giving birth to a new technology that creates energy.
HPC5: powerful research accelerator for zero-carbon energy.
The three technological innovations developed by Eni to use the energy released by the main sequence star.
We do not yet know whether these technologies will ever be used in the future. The high degree of uncertainty over their effectiveness and especially over the negative collateral impacts fuel the mistrust of a large part of the scientific community.
A device that replicates photosynthesis to convert CO₂, sunlight and water into energy and oxygen.
A female entrepreneurship project created to guarantee access to clean energy in some areas of Africa where electricity is still generated by old systems that use polluting sources.
Solutions and future projects of a device, essential for the growth and spread of renewable energy.
From France to Italy, all about new concentration plants.
The CSP technology, one of the many solutions developed by Eni for its decarbonization strategy, can now count on an innovative thermal energy storage system.
A new project based on CSP technology could contribute to the reduction of emissions generated by the production of cement and other materials.
The discovery of solar thermal fuel could solve the renewable energy storage problem.
Luminescent solar concentrators transform diffused light into electricity.
We have made concentrated solar power plants more efficient, economical and versatile.
The strategic collaboration between Eni and MIT began in 2008 and spawned unique technologies in the field of sustainability.
Organic photovoltaic cells generate electricity from the sun using ultra-thin films of lightweight, strong and flexible photoactive polymers.
OPV solar panels and the development of solar energy in Europe.