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    220kW Italian Hydro Power Plant

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    L#20230577

    Hydropower is a significant part of Italy’s renewable energy sector and plays a crucial role in achieving the country’s climate goals. Italy has a long history of harnessing hydroelectric power, making use of its numerous rivers and mountainous terrain. Today, hydro power plants are one of the country’s primary sources of electricity, accounting for nearly 20% of the total energy produced.

    Italy’s hydro power plants are primarily located in the Alps and the Apennines mountain ranges, where there is a high concentration of rivers and streams. These plants are operated by both large energy companies and smaller independent producers.

    One of the largest hydropower facilities in Italy is the Comino plant, located in the Lazio region. It has a total installed capacity of 1,000 MW and is capable of generating over 3,400 GWh of electricity annually. The Gerecchia and Chiascio plants in the Umbria region are also notable, with capacities of 364 MW and 266 MW, respectively.

    Hydroelectric power plants in Italy have numerous advantages. They are a clean and renewable source of energy, reducing the country’s carbon footprint. They provide a reliable and stable source of electricity, as water flow can be regulated to match demand. Additionally, hydro power plants contribute to regional economic development, creating job opportunities and attracting tourists due to their scenic locations.

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    Basic Details

    Target Price:

    €1,100,000

    Gross Revenue

    €90,000

    EBITDA

    €70,000

    Business ID:

    L#20230577

    Country

    Italy

    Detail

    Business ID:L#20230577
    Property Type:Renewable Energy
    Property Status:For Sale
    Target Price: €1,100,000
    Gross Revenue:€90,000
    EBITDA:€70,000
    Target Price / Revenue:12.22x
    Target Price / EBITDA:15.71x
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      Hydropower is a significant part of Italy’s renewable energy sector and plays a crucial role in achieving the country’s climate goals. Italy has a long history of harnessing hydroelectric power, making use of its numerous rivers and mountainous terrain. Today, hydro power plants are one of the country’s primary sources of electricity, accounting for nearly 20% of the total energy produced.

      Italy’s hydro power plants are primarily located in the Alps and the Apennines mountain ranges, where there is a high concentration of rivers and streams. These plants are operated by both large energy companies and smaller independent producers.

      One of the largest hydropower facilities in Italy is the Comino plant, located in the Lazio region. It has a total installed capacity of 1,000 MW and is capable of generating over 3,400 GWh of electricity annually. The Gerecchia and Chiascio plants in the Umbria region are also notable, with capacities of 364 MW and 266 MW, respectively.

      Hydroelectric power plants in Italy have numerous advantages. They are a clean and renewable source of energy, reducing the country’s carbon footprint. They provide a reliable and stable source of electricity, as water flow can be regulated to match demand. Additionally, hydro power plants contribute to regional economic development, creating job opportunities and attracting tourists due to their scenic locations.

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