Tirreno Power is one of the main Italian producers of electricity. It was established in 2003 following the liberalization of the national electricity market and manages approximately 2,500 MW of natural gas and renewable power plants, producing over 5 TWh/year of electricity. Tirreno Power is 50% owned by the French group Engie and 50% by Sorgenia, through their subsidiaries.
What we have done
Studio Santi coordinated the basic training of all Tirreno Power operational staff, both of the three thermoelectric plants and of the hydroelectric and renewable energy plants, devising the training course, defining the contents of the course itself, assembling and coordinating the team of teachers, producing all the teaching materials (textbooks, exercise books, assessment tests, video-lessons, etc.) and providing training in mixed mode, at a distance and in presence in the thermoelectric plants of Naples, Civitavecchia and Vado Ligure.
Thanks to the experience in the technical direction of the manufacture of the coal handling system of the ENEL power plant of Torrevaldaliga Nord in Civitavecchia (RM), Studio Santi has designed an innovative system for the supply and handling of coal and biomass for the nearby Torrevaldaliga Sud thermoelectric plant, including the bunkers and the biomass warehouse. In particular, Studio Santi has designed a system to connect a new coal logistics of the TVS plant to the BHS of the TVN plant, in order to use a single coal dock (ENEL) for both plants. In particular, Tirreno Power had the intention of converting an old fuel oil group present in the TVS power plant (otherwise to combined cycle natural gas) to coal and biomass and the logistics designed by Studio Santi was aimed at enabling this transformation. Studio Santi also proposed an innovative concept to Tirreno Power for a new coal handling system for the Vado Ligure thermoelectric plant.