AGRAS ENERGIA S.r.l.

Commodities sector

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY FOR THE PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES

Year of Establishment

2009

  Numbers of employees

9

Legal head office

Via San Vincenzo 4  - 16121 Genova 

Operational and commercial offices

Milano, Via Zarotto, 6  Tel./Fax  02 39.66.04.15

Sviluppo Prodotto CGN: Via di Vittorio 14 – 41054 Marano sul Panaro (MO) 

Tel.  059 79.35.27

Website and contacts

www.agrasenergia.com info@agrasenergia.com 

Tel 010 98.45.551  Fax 010 98.45.552    

Description and specific excellence

AGRAS ENERGIA SRL:

Is the only supplier with different specializations for a complete model of intervention; it is a distributor of technology and, on request, “turnkey” executor services.  

Through an established methodology for technology scouting, the Company identifies and selects the best proposals in the energy sector, the engineers to work with and collaborations with key Italian organizations thus ensuring access and visibility to customers, ultimately turning their work into an economic success. 

It enables its customers to follow the various stages of construction of the plants:
- Feasibility evaluation;
- Management of the connection procedure to the electricity grid and authorization to build; 
- Delivery of the plant; 
- Construction of the plant; 
- Support for obtaining government incentives; 
- Maintenance and Monitoring systems.

Products, services, end markets 

Agras Energia srl deals with advanced technology for the production and management of electrical energy from renewable sources such as: 

-Photovoltaic

-Biomass

-Small wind turbines

-Solar thermal

-Micro

-Waste heat recovery 

-Gas micro turbines 

-Fuel cells

-Storage system (Lithium-ion battery, flywheel…) 

The GALILEO System of AGRAS ENERGIA Srl is a closed-circuit system capable of enhancing fuel waste and/or low-cost supply to generate electrical energy. Waste including wood, wood chips, energy crops such as miscanthus and common reed, shoveled manure from poultry and cattle, with suitable mechanical pretreatments of drying, today represent an energy source capable of generating heat and electricity. The Galileo system, available in sizes from 100 to 2000 kWt can enhance elements considered otherwise as waste, generating an economic return superior to any financial investment.

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