Aspi, Eni and CDP, alliance for the sustainability of motorways

The alliance between Autostrade per l’Italia, Eni and Cassa depositi e prestiti puts la highway sustainability: according to the press release, the companies will develop joint initiatives for the energy transition of their businesses. Particular attention for charging stations, hydrogen and biofuels. Among the prerogatives, the intention to develop sustainable products to improve the road surface and the launch of initiatives to circular economy.

With the aim of decarbonising the country’s road network, Eni, Aspi and CDP will undertake to build a network of charging points for electric cars in Service Stations of the ASPI network in order to guarantee citizens the presence of a capillary infrastructure and, therefore, adequate for the needs of motorists. The initiatives also include the construction of production plants for renewable energy through the installation of photovoltaic parks in the Autostrade per l’Italia areas or near the motorway network.

If on the one hand there will be a commitment to create charging infrastructure dedicated to electric vehicles, on the other the three companies are aiming to set up energy communities near the Autostrade per l’Italia areas. A solution that inevitably aims to promote collective self-consumption initiatives for residents.

Cassa’s will is to support interventions and projects, also in partnership with qualified industrial operators, such as in this case Autostrade per l’Italia and Eni, aimed at combating climate change and promoting sustainable development, while ensuring a significant impact socio-economic situation for the country, commented Dario Scannapieco Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of CDP.

Echoing the words of the CEO of Autostrade per l’Italia Roberto Tomasi:

In a context that sees sustainability as an absolute priority that can no longer be postponed, the difference can be played out by the network of consolidated synergies between the major Italian players, an indispensable factor for carrying out wide-ranging systemic projects. The alliance between Eni, CDP and ASPI can make a difference.

As mentioned at the beginning, the alliance also includes programs dedicated to the development of sustainable products for the road surface with the consequent launch of initiatives of circular economy. Among these is the collection of used tires that can be regenerated into other products, including road surfaces.

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