The three technological innovations developed by Eni to use the energy released by the main sequence star.
Water, agriculture, the Arctic, fusion: we are working with CNR's centres in Metaponto, Portici, Lecce and Gela on research projects into decarbonization.
New technologies could help resolve some of today’s most pressing crises, such as water scarcity, and build a better and more sustainable world.
A safe, sustainable and inexhaustible source of energy: a breakthrough in the path to decarbonization.
The strategic collaboration between Eni and MIT began in 2008 and spawned unique technologies in the field of sustainability.
Industry 4.0 technologies work in synergy to achieve the goals of decarbonization, decentralization and digitization of energy.
In the short run, gas demand will be affected less by the COVID-19 crisis than that for coal or oil.
A more livable and sustainable world is within reach. We have the resources, technology, and energy necessary to make it happen. But vision, will and, most of all, courage will be required from all of us.
The Exscalate4CoV project is supported by Eni’s HPC5.
A device that replicates photosynthesis to convert CO₂, sunlight and water into energy and oxygen.
A practice that emulates natural resources to make industrial activities compatible with our ecosystem.
The path to decarbonization is paved with H₂.
A device created to reproduce the power of the Sun and obtain a large amount of energy at zero emissions.
The Italian leadership in supercomputing.
The supercomputer we use to research new sources of energy is one of the most powerful and sustainable computing systems in the world.