AES acquires 140MW cogeneration facility in Sardinia

The facility supplies, under contracts of up to ten years, electricity, steam, compressed air, dematerialized water and nitrogen to three chemical facilities adjacent to the plant. The plant is electrically connected to the electrical grid system of the island and has the opportunity to sell excess power to the market, other suppliers or large consumers in the newly deregulating Italian market.


By Ann de Rouffignac
OGJ Online

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