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Hera (Holding Energia Risorse Ambiente, Energy Resource Environment Holdings) is a multiutility company based in Bologna, Italy. Hera operates in the distribution of gas, water, energy, and waste disposal in the provinces of Bologna, Ferrara, Forlì-Cesena, Modena, Ravenna, Rimini, Pesaro and Urbino, and in some municipalities of Florence and Ancona.
We built 3 new industrial cogeneration plants in 2020; condominiums to which we provide ï¿½energy servicesï¿½, ï¿½solar thermalï¿½, ï¿½thermal insulationï¿½, ï¿½tax creditassignment offerï¿½, or ï¿½heat metering systemï¿½ are up 6.5%. Learn More
Southern Arizona is no stranger to water scarcity. These communities are dependent on groundwater with many relying heavily on the Colorado River as a controversial supplemental water source. Population growth, continued drought and climate change are placing massive stress on … Learn More
Ï¿½ In 2019, the Hera Group partnered with Israeli startup Kando to develop a smart system made up of control units placed at strategic points in the sewer network, capable of continuously monitoring the level of pollution in the networks … Learn More
The main purpose of the study developed in 2020 was to quantify the impact of potential climate change on water distribution networks and identify solutions to improve the resilience of the network itself. To determine the probability of occurrence of … Learn More
"Climate Bologna" project, developed by Nomisma and the Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change (CMCC) with the contribution of various stakeholders, including the Hera Group, made it possible to focus on water demand trends, correlating them to the current and prospective … Learn More
The Diario dei consumi (Consumption Diary) is the tool introduced in 2019 to support the reduction of domestic consumption, similar to what has already been experimented in the energy field on the basis of Thaler's behavioural theories. It is an … Learn More
Since it started up early 2020, the new water reclamation plant at our brewery in Meoqui has helped reduce water use from 2.99hl/ hl to 2.69hl/hl. The recycled water is reused in evaporative condensers and processes such as the CO2 … Learn More
HEINEKEN Spain joined forces with the Valencia Regional Government to restore the riparian zone of the Poyo ravine, replacing cane ï¿½ an invasive, water intensive plant ï¿½ with indigenous vegetation. Research by the Polytechnic University of Valencia has found the … Learn More
1. The aim of the project is to create a technological infrastructure to gather the services for the city in a single point, to optimise the use of energy, environmental, economic and IT resources. After the construction of the first … Learn More
The project to use pruning material to produce biomethane received European funding from the LIFE Programme in 2019, as it was awarded around Euro 1.4 million for the LIFE STEAM project. For years, Hera has been conducting research to analyse … Learn More
The Modena purification plant has been equipped with a leading-edge system, the only one of its kind in Italy, which uses predictive logic to further reduce energy consumption and improve the quality of the outgoing water. The project was supported … Learn More
The construction of the Reno-Setta feeder channel, in 2010, was a fundamental measure for the Bologna area, the substantial results of which can now be quantified. As requested by the Regional Government of Emilia-Romagna among the offsetting measures for the … Learn More
The Seawater Protection Plan aims to eliminate swimming bans and reduce the pollution measured in terms of COD by 90% by 2020, through structural measures on the sewage and purification system of the City of Rimini. The numerical modelling of … Learn More
In addition to the new work described above, we would like to mention what we have done in recent years, which has made it possible to cope with a particularly dry summer in 2017, an exceptional condition that could occur … Learn More
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