Biomasse Italia and Biomasse Crotone can be considered as a landmark in the national field of energy production from renewable sources (solid biomass), fully respecting the environment and being aware of their own industrial and technological role in developing the national energy policy, oriented towards an energetic supply system, sustainable in the long term.

The two companies are placed to the first positions among the Calabria’s private companies operating in the energy production from renewable sources.

The company structure

 

In December 2017 EP New Energy Italia, a company of the energy Czech Group EPH (Energetický a prumyslový holding), acquired the entire capital of Biomasse Italia and Biomasse Crotone.

Energetický a prumyslový holding (EPH) is a leading European energy group that owns and operates assets in the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic, Germany, Italy, the UK, Ireland, France and Switzerland. EPH is a vertically integrated energy utility covering the complete value chain, ranging from highly efficient cogeneration to power generation, from natural gas transmission and storage to gas and electricity distribution and supply.

The companies in the group employ more then 24,000 people.

EPH is the largest supplier of heat in the Czech Republic, the biggest electricity producer and the second biggest electricity distributor and supplier in Slovakia and ranks as the second biggest lignite producer in Germany. It is also an operator of the most robust transmission network in Europe, a key transporter of Russian natural gas to Europe and the biggest gas distributor in Slovakia.

EPH comprises over 70 companies structured in four pillars: EP InfrastructureEP Power Europe, EP Logistics International and EP Real Estate.