The Gruppo Dolomiti Energia (Dolomite Energy Group) was created in 2009 with merge of Dolomiti Energia SpA and Tren-tino Servizi SpA. As a result, Dolomiti Energia Group became Italy’s sixth largest multi-utility provider. With 1340 employees and a consolidated value of production in the 2012 of € 1.133 billion Dolomiti is one of the leading multi-utility in Italy. Dolomiti Energia Group, already the leading provider in the Tren-tino region for the distribution and sale of electrical and gas, is active in the development of renewable energy, integrated water services, district heating and waste management. The Dolomiti Energia group’s hydroelectric and thermo-electric power stations generate around 394 GWh a year. Gas distribution is ensured by 24 gas pumping and 215 final reduction plants. Dolomiti Energia operates a distribution network in the province of Trento and Bolzano, serving 74 municipalities. The total length of the network is 1,620 kilometres.
What we do
Dolomiti Energia Group always careful to combine business objectives with a sense of social and environmental responsibility has historically held a green vocation. The Group is one of the first Italian producers of energy from hydroelectric sources (3.1 billion kilowatt hours/year) and a real commitment to sustainable development operates nationally in the sale of energy “100%” clean” from renewable sources certified. The Group thanks to its subsidiaries and associates is active throughout the energy chain: it includes business in electricity generation, distribution and sale of energy products as well as activities in the field of renewable energy, district heating, cogeneration, water cycle and environmental services.
Our role in the ene.field project
Dolomiti participates in the utility working group that includes representative utilities of several UE Members States. Scope of the group is mainly ”the assessment and the overcome of current grid connection issues”. Moreover, Dolomiti will install approximately 14 FC mCHP units on the Trentino area. Strictly cooperating with manufacturers and real customers, DE intends to acquire all information for installation and operation of the units, verifying the needs to create or modify existing regulations (local and national) in order to facilitate the subsequent development of the market.
Mr Francesco Linder