Innovation is at the heart of our business model

Renewables in Italy

Renewables in Italy

We are expanding our activities in renewables in Italy, integrating plants into the redevelopment projects for industrial areas. Current installed capacity is approximately 84 MW.

The Badamsha wind farm in Kazakhstan

The Badamsha wind farm in Kazakhstan

Active since 2019, the Badamsha project in Kazakhstan is our first large-scale wind farm. With a total capacity of 48 MW, it will allow us to produce 198 GWh per year for 25 years.

The Assemini photovoltaic plant

The Assemini photovoltaic plant

We have built a 26 MW photovoltaic solar plant in Assemini, Sardinia, which is integrated in the environmental remediation and redevelopment project of the Saline Conti Vecchi.

The Venice bio-refinery

The Venice bio-refinery

In 2014, we launched the world’s first bio-refinery, converting the plant using Eni’s own patented innovations. Today it uses around 50% of the cooking oil used in Italy.

LSC: transparent panels that capture the sun's energy

LSC: transparent panels that capture the sun's energy

Luminescent Solar Concentrators (LSC) are coloured plastic panels capable of capturing diffused sunlight and transforming it into electricity.

LSC: a product of Eni research

LSC: a product of Eni research

Developed by the Research Centre for Renewable Energy and the Environment in Novara, Luminescent Solar Concentrators (LSC) can be incorporated into energy-producing smart windows.

Green Data Center in Ferrera Erbognone

Green Data Center in Ferrera Erbognone

The Green Data Center in Ferrera Erbognone, in the province of Pavia, hosts HPC5, Eni's Supercomputer. Its overall design and photovoltaic system make it one of the most sustainable in the world.

Waste to Fuel at Gela: the plant in the bio-refinery

Waste to Fuel at Gela: the plant in the bio-refinery

Waste-to-Fuel technology produces biofuel from the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW). We have a pilot plant at the Gela bio-refinery, the first of its kind in the world.

Waste to Fuel at Gela: proprietary technology

Waste to Fuel at Gela: proprietary technology

Waste to Fuel produces bio-oil with a low sulphur content. It can process waste including sewage sludge and waste from gardening, agriculture and food. The resulting water can be used for irrigation.

ISWEC: the energy that comes from the sea

ISWEC: the energy that comes from the sea

ISWEC technology produces electricity from wave motion. A pilot plant is active in the Ravenna offshore plants and we are now aiming to develop others on an industrial scale, for small islands.

Bir Rebaa North: our photovoltaic project in Algeria

Bir Rebaa North: our photovoltaic project in Algeria

Launched in 2018, the photovoltaic plant has a capacity of 10 MW and supplies green energy to the Bir Rebaa North (BRN) production site, contributing to the decarbonization of our activities.

CSP: simple solutions to produce heat

CSP: simple solutions to produce heat

We have put in place some engineering improvements in Concentrating Solar Energy (CSP) plants, to make them more efficient, economical and versatile.

HPC5: supercomputing at the service of energy

HPC5: supercomputing at the service of energy

HPC5 is the supercomputer we use to identify new resources and develop the energies of tomorrow. Coupled with its predecessor HPC4, it can perform 70 million billion calculations per second.

The Olombendo FPSO unit

The Olombendo FPSO unit

The “Armada Olombendo” is the floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) operating in the East Hub project in Angola, in the deep waters 350 km northwest of the capital Luanda.

The JA Kufour FPSO unit

The JA Kufour FPSO unit

The John Agyekum Kufuor is the floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) operating in the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) project in Ghana, in the deep waters 60 km from the coast.

The Ngoma FPSO unit

The Ngoma FPSO unit

The Ngoma is the floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) operating in the West Hub project in Angola, in the deep waters 350 km northwest of the capital Luanda.

Innovation is at the heart of our business model

A collection of images available to journalists. From the exploration, development and extraction of oil and natural gas, to the generation of electricity from cogeneration and renewable sources, traditional and biorefining and chemicals, and the development of circular economy processes: all of our operations reflect our business models based on operational excellence, carbon neutrality by 2050 and alliances for development. In turn, these three pillars are underpinned by the shared foundations of promoting internal competencies, the deployment of innovative technologies and the digitization process.