Acquiring land near the production plant or company is the far-sighted strategy for self-production of electricity and energy independence.
The pursuit of energy independence has become a priority for many companies seeking to reduce environmental impact and optimize operating costs. However, many of these companies are limited to covering only a fraction of their energy needs, often due to challenges related to available surfaces.
Energy Independence: a crucial goal
As the importance of sustainability and reducing carbon emissions becomes more apparent, many companies are looking for ways to reduce their dependence on traditional sources of electricity. Energy independence has become a crucial goal, but often the focus is only on covering a limited part of energy needs.
Baldassari Cavi, a company based in Tuscany, where it produces high quality electrical cables, has decided to go further and has planned an ambitious ten-year program to achieve 100% energy independence. Their production is energy intensive, and the company realized that to become more sustainable and reduce costs in the long term, they needed to consider a broader approach to energy generation.
Key to their strategy was planning a ten-year program to achieve energy independence. This program is not limited to covering current needs, but looks at a 10-year vision to become completely self-sufficient from an energy point of view.
The importance of real estate scouting activity
To achieve this ambitious goal, there is a crucial element to be implemented in the strategy: real estate scouting activity. This activity consists of looking for land adjacent to your factory that could be used for the expansion of your photovoltaic system.
This move is fundamental because the land that is currently available and at market prices could be scarce and cost much more in the future when everyone wants it. Thus, the innovative approach goes beyond simply installing solar panels on the roofs of existing buildings.
Baldassari Cavi is planning for the future, acquiring land that can be used to develop further photovoltaic systems, ensuring a constant flow of renewable energy for years to come.
Inveco's role as General Contractor for Energy Independence
Implementing such a complex strategy requires specialized skills. This is where Inveco, a general contractor specializing in energy independence, comes into play.
Our vast experience in the sector allows us to help companies achieve their energy independence objectives between now and the next 10 years, and therefore to scout available land and spaces.
This goes beyond the simple installation of photovoltaic systems; it is a truly comprehensive plan that takes into account the company's current and future energy needs.
The case of Baldassari Cavi demonstrates that it is not just a question of covering current energy needs. Foresight and long-term planning are essential when it comes to energy independence and this example demonstrates that companies can go beyond greenwashing and plan a real 10-year plan to achieve it.
The key to success is to look to the future, consider the challenges of limited surfaces and plan innovative strategies.
Collaborating with us at Inveco means achieving your sustainability objectives with success and ambition.