Alberto Germani and Monika Kandut will discuss with attendees how to set-up and successfully deliver Public-Private Partnerships in every sector of public infra and services.
PMF, specialist in financing and environmental support services (feasibility, EIAs, permitting) and Incico, international leading company in renewable energy design and engineering, are jointly committed to providing to their Clients a full scale of technical support services for the development of large photovoltaic projects in Italy.
Incico and PMF are working particularly on Agricultural Photovoltaic (AGRI-PV) projects roll-out, where the achievement of both sustainable agriculture and clean energy transition is fulfilled. AGRI-PV, besides being an ideal suitable arrangement for Italy, is a measure specifically envisaged by the Italian Recovery Plan, that sets out a goal of at least 1 GW per year of power production arising from Agrivoltaic plants.
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Warm thanks to the hosts for having me this morning lecturing on PPP and Sporting Facilities at the 2nd grade Master on Sports Infrastructure Design, jointly organized by University of Rome La Sapienza – Department of Architecture and Sport e Salute – Scuola dello Sport.
Special thank goes to Master Director Prof. Arch Maurizio Petrangeli and his outstanding group of graduated students.
Technical consultancy group formed by Sergent & Landry, the giant US power engineering company, together with PMF and UAE-based Sustainable Water Power Consultants (SPWC), has been awarded by ACWA Power the role of Owner Engineers for utilities’ infrastructures of Red Sea Project, the luxury tourism development on the Red Sea coast of Saudi Arabia.
The group will provide ACWA Power with required engineering services during design and construction, comprehensive of technical coordination, supervision, review and approval for a wide range of utility infrastructures, ranging from power generation (mostly relying on renewables) to water desalination, wastewater treatment and solid waste management.
PMF will be entrusted with design review and technical consultancy of the whole waste management cycle, from collection system to refuse disposal, recycling techniques and required plants construction to ensure zero-waste goal and carbon-neutral environment.
Red Sea Project, located along KSA shores, aims at being one of the most advanced and attractive tourist facilities in the Gulf area. made initially by 3,000 hotel rooms (to be extended up to 8,000), 7,500 m2 of retail, F&B and cultural buildings, a full-scale water park and other amenities, immersed in a pristine coastline of unparalleled environmental value. Project’s construction is set to commence on next 2022 and last until 2030, when Phase 2 will be fully completed. Visitors are expected to raise from 300.000/year initially to 1 million/year when the development will be fully operational.
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