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The division Cogeninfra Heat designs, implements and manages networks of district heating which, starting from the generating plant, supply heat in the public, residential, commercial and industrial sector.

The division Cogeninfra Heat designs, implements and manages networks of district heating which, starting from the generating plant, supply heat in the public, residential, commercial and industrial sector.

Why district heating

District heating is a form of heating that consists of the distribution through (underground) insulated pipe networks of hot, overheated water or steam from a production plant.

In district heating power plants, heat is generated through boilers (fired with fossil fuel or with biomass), cogeneration plants or heat pump systems that harness geothermal renewable energy.

It is a reliable and efficient system, a source of heat which is highly sustainable and competitive.

Benefits

ENVIRONMENT

Improved air quality

SAVINGS

Affordable rates

SAFETY

Absence of combustion and flame in the boiler

RATIONALISATION

Rational use of energy resources

PERFORMANCE

Improves energy performance

MAINTENANCE

Reduced maintenance costs

District heating plants

The Cogeninfra Heat division is one of the leading Italian operators in the district heating sector, with 12 district heating plants located throughout the country.
In Piedmont, Borgaro Torinese is proud to have the first cogeneration power plant. A Mondovì, a central plant serves the city and a smaller one serves the Regina Montis Regalis Hospital.

Lombardy is home to the Valtellina power plants: Tirano,Sondalo, Santa Caterina Valfurva and Grosotto. Conversely, in Peschiera Borromeo: the San Bovio and Monasterolo power plants.

Emilia-Romagna is home to the geothermal district heating plant of Fidenza.

In Umbria, the district heating plant is located in Santa Maria degli Angeli (Assisi)

Liguria has the power plant that provides heat and cooling for the Erzelli Science and Technology Park, an innovation hub of more than 400,000 square metres on the hill of the same name in Genoa.

Finally, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia boasts a district heating and cooling network serving the Terminal Nord shopping centre in Udine.

The statistics

Today, Cogeninfra is recognised as one of the leading Italian operators in the district heating industry.
It is currently among the top 12 operators nationwide in the district heating market, with 12 plants between Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna, Umbria, Liguria and Friuli Venezia Giulia.

180 GWh

of heat

+1.900

Customers supplied

46,64 kton

CO2 avoided in 2022

105 Km

of network

Oltre 263 MW

thermal power connected

3.642.431 m3

of heated utility volume

The statistics

Today, Cogeninfra is recognised as one of the leading Italian operators in the district heating industry.
It is currently among the top 12 operators nationwide in the district heating market, with 12 plants between Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna, Umbria, Liguria and Friuli Venezia Giulia.

180 GWh

GWh of heat

+1.900

Customers supplied

46,64 kton

kton CO2 avoided in 2022

105

Km of network

Oltre 263 MW

thermal power connected

3.642.431 m3

m3 of heated utility volume

A chi ci rivolgiamo

Condominiums
Public Administrations
Care homes
Hotels
Swimming pools
Industries

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