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Proger at OMC-MED Ravenna

Taking a leading role in the energy transition

Sustainable energy, the ecological and energy transition and technological innovation are the topics on which companies (from traditional and renewable energy companies to producers of services and technological solutions for plant construction and distribution) involved in a sector that is increasingly at the centre of economic, social and cultural news will be confronted.

Proger spa will be present again this year at the 15th edition of the Omc-Med Conference and Exhibition in Ravenna (from 28 to 30 September), the biennial showcase of the main players in the energy industry for the countries bordering the Mediterranean.

Proger has been working in the energy sector since the 1990s, having developed transversal skills that apply to both traditional and more innovative productions. Overall, the annual turnover deriving from the design of plants and technological solutions in the energy industry is about 50 million euros, about half of Proger’s entire turnover. The company employs around 300 people in Italy and abroad.

The skills developed by Proger spa in these thirty years of work in the energy sector have been transversal, “and make it a natural protagonist of transition engineering, an ideal hinge between the past that will accompany us for a short time to come, and a future that has already begun but requires time and investment to establish itself definitively”, as explained by Umberto Sgambati, CEO of Proger spa, who will be present in Ravenna on the opening day of the Omc.

The skills developed by Proger spa in these thirty years of work in the energy sector have been transversal, “and make it a natural protagonist of transition engineering, an ideal hinge between the past that will accompany us for a short time to come, and a future that has already begun but requires time and investment to establish itself definitively”, as explained by Umberto Sgambati, CEO of Proger spa, who will be present in Ravenna on the opening day of the Omc.

The “holistic vision” built up over the years by the work of Proger spa ensures a present made up of projects on every side of the energy sector, contributing to the construction of more sustainable plants in traditional production, increasing planning in the renewable energy sector, investing with expertise in the field of “green” energy (from hydrogen to bioethanol). It is worth mentioning, on the latter front, the important experience of Proger in the construction of hydrogen production plants, both as a by-product of the recovery and purification of traditional refineries – as in the case of the Lukoil plant in Burgas (Bulgaria) – and as “green” production from the electrolysis of water, in the pilot project conducted by Enel on the island of Stromboli.