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    Galileo Joint Venture outlines its strategy for a 300-megawatt pipeline in Italy

    Galileo, a pan-European platform for renewable energy development, and Hope Group, an Italian company specializing in renewable plant design, have revealed a fresh collaborative agreement for a 300-megawatt series of onshore wind power projects in Italy.

     

    Planning consent applications for several onshore wind initiatives have already been submitted, with additional joint ventures anticipated in the near future, according to the announcement. This agreement strengthens the ongoing partnership between the two entities, particularly in the Lupiae Maris joint venture (525MW) and Barium Bay joint venture (1100MW), focusing on floating offshore wind power projects in the Adriatic Sea.

     

    Chief executive of Hope Group, Michele Scoppio, said “Our collaboration with Galileo is consolidating and together we aim at further developing new renewable energy projects. Our partnership started with the development of Lupiae Maris and Barium Bay, the two large floating offshore wind farms that will be realised off the coasts of Brindisi and Bari respectively.”

     

    “Now, with this new agreement, we have the opportunity to measure ourselves also in the development of an onshore wind pipeline. The fact that Galileo considered us, since our inception, as a credible and trustworthy partner, makes us very proud.”

     

    “As we constantly outline, the themes of climate change and energy transition are crucial, and we find that it is very important that they are becoming more and more relevant in the public debate. Italy can and must play a key role in this game, without fear and by providing its specific competences.”

     

    “We are happy to provide our contribution together with Galileo.”

     

     Galileo’s business development director in Italy, Francesco Dolzani, commented “Onshore wind power accounts for about half of the 10GW of projects that Galileo is developing in nine European countries.”

     

    “We believe that this technology has room for significant further penetration in Italy, as confirmed by the government’s national targets (PNIEC 2023), which envisage 28GW of installed capacity by 2030, and by the large demand for renewable energy by the Italian industrial sector.

     

    “Therefore, expanding our onshore wind developments in Italy is at the core of our strategy. We are happy to pursue it with a highly experienced partner like Hope Group.”

     

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