Energy renovation of buildings
Renco has acquired restructuring and renovation works for private and public buildings amounting to around 300 million Euro over an eighteen-month period.
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reduction in CO2 emissions
Several regions will be involved, including Sicily, Lombardy, Umbria, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio and the Marches, for over 300 million Euro worth of works aimed at improving energy efficiency. Renco has created strategic ties in the building sector also for the forthcoming years.
' The Superbonus generated an economic value amounting to 7.5% of the gross domestic product and allows consumers to save on their annual energy bills. Moreover, it favours the energy transition by helping to reduce CO2 emissions by 979 thousand tonnes, equal to 46.4% savings with a three-step improvement in the energy rating '
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CLOSE-UP ON THE PROJECT
Renco has made available its design and project financing expertise for public housing renovation interventions benefiting from the 110% Superbonus. The recipients include Erap Ancona for Jesi (25 million Euro), Aler in Milan (20 million Euro) and Ater Rome (10 million Euro).
Renco intervened by immediately investing 6 million Euro in equipment and scaffolding purchased directly for over 80 thousand square metres. The renovation interventions involved small- and medium-size residential buildings as well as large public housing complexes through project financing. It was a unique and far-sighted decision.
Workers at work in the buildings renovated with the 110% Superbonus by Renco in Italy
The scaffolding used by Renco on its building sites for energy efficiency enhancement
Renco has invested 5 million Euro on scaffolding for works relating to the Superbonus
Project financing for social services in Italy
RENCO FOR THE RENOVATION OF RESIDENTIAL AND SOCIAL HOUSING
Thanks to these investments, 95 buildings were renovated for a total of 2140 apartments. Energy efficiency improvements will allow for saving 15,500 tonnes of CO2.