Fabbrica Energie Rinnovabili Alternative S.r.l.

Commodities sector


Year of establishment


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Legal head office

Piazza Cavour, 7 - 20121 Milano

Operational and commercial offices

Uffici di Milano: Via Antonio da Recanate, 1 - 20124 Milano
Ufficio cantieri: Via Sansobbia, 58/B - 17044 Stella San Giovanni (SV)
Tel 019 703236  Fax 02 32066804
Ufficio tecnico: Via Leopardi, 18 - 57121 Livorno
Tel 0586 952568  Fax 02 32066804
Uffici di Noto: Via Mauceri, 18 - 96017 Noto (SR)
Tel 0931 571075  Fax 02 32066804

Website and contacts

www.ferasrl.it  info@ferasrl.it  relazioni_esterne@ferasrl.it  
tel 02 62690471  fax 02 32066804

Description and specific excellence

Founded in 2001, Fabbrica Energie Rinnovabili Alternative srl (FERA) was one of the first developers of wind farms and is the Italian market leader in Liguria in the production of wind energy. It develops complete wind power projects from the measurement of the wind to the sale of the energy produced. To date FERA has 36 MW of generators in operation and another 60 under construction over the national territory.

In addition to the wind industry, which is its main business, FERA invests in research on concentrated thermodynamic  Solar Power at high temperature (Concentrated Solar Power - CSP) and the creation of its production chain (project FREeSUN winner in consortium with companies and centers leading research in the field, Industry 2015 - Energy Efficiency).

Following the FREeSUN project, FERA is building a 1 MW plant in Sicily, the first system with Fresnel technology, made completely from Italian research and components to be built in Italy. In addition to R&D and the opening of a market with Linear Fresnel CSP technology for the production of electricity, FERA is currently studying and researching the same technology for use in other compatible applications and optimal integration projects such as CSP biomass, solar cooling systems, always striving for new results in technological innovation efficiency.

Products, services, end markets

Wind energy: 

•Identification of a site with potential wind exploitation
•Installation of an anemometer: screening based on historical wind data and current data and data analysis
•Feasibility studies: geological, orographic evaluation of the area identified, monitoring of birds, environmental impact assessment
•Defining the layout and design of the plant
•Start-up of civil works (roads)
•Platform construction
•Installation of pylons
•Installation of the turbine
•Completion of the power station
•Construction of the transformer cabin, cable ducts, control room
•Maintenance and assistance

Concentrated solar thermodynamics: 

In addition to acting as EPC, the company operates its facilities as an energy utility, selling  the electricity produced by solar harvesting.