Feasibility studies for the development and evaluation of wind projects, or PV energy saving:
The feasibility study includes technical and economical aspects.
Starting from a consumption study, the customer’s requirements and from the assessments of the site where develop the project, the feasibility study will analyze all technical details, planning, economic and financial data about the initiative.
Often we are asked to evaluate a project by providing a detailed review of all the technical aspects and possible gaps and / or improvements.
Our experience in the “due diligence” thanks to our experience in the field, to the knowledge of the regulations, to the knowledge of the best materials available on the market allows us to test the technical and physical aspects of a wind farm or photovoltaic or energy savings, providing assessments useful for the client and indispensable to present a project at any Credit Institute.
We evaluate the technical feasibility of a project, we examine the permissions and licenses for the construction and for connection to the network, we plan the timing of implementation, we evaluate the best materials used, we work with the client to the procurement of materials, we assist the customer in preparation of the business plan, we evaluate the cost of development, installation and operation, and we plan expiration of all operations for ensuring the success of the initiative.
Applications for funding and research grants for the implementation of projects:
This is a series of preliminary analyzes of both the project and the economic situation of the applicant to assess, together with the client, which is the most suitable credit institution to finance the initiative and what is the most suitable form of financing (lease, mortgage, project financing).
RESIT has collaborated with major credit institutions, Italian and foreign, type Fineco Leasing, Leasing Carige, Leasint, Unicredit Leasing, Cariparma, Deutsche Bank for its own initiatives and on behalf of clients.
RESIT also received contributions, state and community for the realization of a number of initiatives, such Filas for an innovation program, MCC Region Lazio for concessional contributions, POR Calabria 2000-2006 for grant funding for the construction of a PV 50 kW, etc …
Supplies components and systems:
RESIT provides engineering services and supply PV systems “turnkey” network connected or “stand alone” with batteries, on terrains or rooftops of industrial and civil buildings.
Competence, efficiency, flexibility, wide range of products, pre – and after sales assistance, are our prerogatives aimed to customer satisfaction.
RESIT also provides solar street lamps for street lighting and solar installations for rural and isolated houses, as mountain huts in Trentino, countryside houses in South Italy.
RESIT has also created photovoltaic caports completely modular which can be aggregated together to cover car parks of any size.
Solar farms realization:
Management and maintenance:
Actions and adjustments:
Actions and adjustments of PV systems according to Resolution 84/12 and 243/2013 of the Authority for Electricity and Gas (AEEG), adaptations to the requirements of Annex A70 to the Network Code Terna.
Work on systems and assistance to producers for the statements necessary for the certification system and the preparation of documents of additions to the Regulation of Exercise.
For more information about the requirements imposed by the AEEG resolutions, please consult the documents listed on our website under the heading ‘Legislation‘ or directly on the sites of Terna and Authority:
– Resolution AEEG 84/2012/R/EEL, (www.autorita.energia.it, in Atti e provvedimenti >> Provvedimenti)
– Resolution AEEG 243/2013/R/EEL, (www.autorita.energia.it, in Atti e provvedimenti >> Provvedimenti)
– Allegato A70 al Codice di rete di Terna, (www.terna.it, in Sistema elettrico >> Codice di Rete).
TECHNICAL RULES OF CONNECTIONS (www.aceaspa.it):
– Resolution AEEG ARG/elt 198/11 (TIQE 2012-2015) (www.autorita.energia.it, in Atti e provvedimenti >> Provvedimenti).
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