"Building a future in which development is synonymous with environment, a world where people can live, and where resources are handed down unspoiled to future generations..."
Daniele Boscolo Meneguolo, CEO
Hydroelectric energy is one of the most valid alternatives to fossil fuels for the generation of electricity. Thanks to the experience gained in more than 15 years, Sorgent.e is nowadays a global operator working as promoter and investor in Italy and abroad as EPC Contractor and turbine producer (among which VLH) executing, for the main players in the sector, projects in more than 25 countries all over the world. Our Group’s business philosophy ensures that all our efforts are directed towards projects that create Environmental and Social Value and promote Sustainable Development.
Wind power has always been the definitive form of clean energy.
Independently and with specialist partners, Sorgent.e has been investing in wind power as a means of generating renewable energy for many years. All wind farm developments have to operate in synergy with local people as well as local authorities, and have to produce social and economic benefits and opportunities for further development in the local area. Sorgent.e applies this investment policy to all its wind farm activities. Working through our project companies, Sorgent.e is currently investing in the construction and development of a portfolio of wind farms that will generate over 500 MW.
The sun provides the energy that drives our planet.
The availability of adequate technology and the application of suitable energy tariffs are two essential conditions for investments in this area. Sorgent.e therefore concentrates its photovoltaic activities in areas where grid parity can be achieved most rapidly, and is actively involved in the development of new technology to exploit solar energy more efficiently. Sorgent.e is currently involved in the development of a number of photovoltaic fields accounting for dozens of MW of installable power.
The term “cogeneration” indicates the simultaneous production and consumption of different forms of secondary energy (e.g. electrical, mechanical and thermal energy) from a single energy source (fossil fuel or renewable), in a single, integrated system. Through S.T.E. Energy, Sorgent.e is mainly involved in the design and development of cogeneration plant fuelled by different types of biomass.
Become our partner
We believe the value represented by the relations of partnership and collaboration with engineering studies, government agencies, financial institutions, local communities, suppliers, investors, shareholders and entrepreneurs.
For this, we are always looking for opportunities and partners for the development and implementation of projects for the production of energy from renewable sources.
Join our team
We are always looking for new employees who contribute to making Sorgent.e a leader in the production of energy from renewable sources.
We want to work with:
- people with responsibility and high skills;
- practical people, direct people, and flexible;
- people motivated and open to international challenges;
- people with a strong desire and commitment to continuing education.
Send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorgent.e participated in Simpcw First Nation’s Career Day
Upon invitation, Sorgent.e was pleased to participate in Simpcw First Nation’s Career Day on February 13, 2014 in Chu Chua, BC.
STE energy (Sorgent.e group) inaugurates its tenth plant in central America
Sorgent.e, international player is more and more present in South American countries. After big works executed in Chile, Ecuador and Perù, the Paduan operator inaugurated a few days ago the Tacares power plant in Costa Rica, the tenth plant executed in this Central American country by STE Energy, a company belonging to the Sorgent.e group.
Generate 2013. Sorgent.e in British Columbia
Vancouver Generate, one of the most important conventions in North America on clean energy. Sorgent.e attended the conference as an exhibitor and sponsor, but its participation was much more extensive than this. The new challenges that the energy market in BC is facing have made innovations necessary. New technical, managerial and social approaches are required to be successful in developed countries such as Canada.
New developments for Sorgent.e in Canada
Sorgent.e Hydro Canada Corporation, a Canadian subsidiary of Sorgent.e Holding, has acquired a portfolio of small hydro power projects under development that TransAlta Corporation has divested in the province of British Columbia.
Local communities, canals and VLH: Sorgent.e ´s successful recipe in Hydrovision International 2013
Sorgent.e Holding attended Hydrovision International in Denver, Colorado, the most important conference on hydropower in North America whose 2013 edition was held on July 23-26.