Sirti Energia specializes in the design, building and maintenance of underground and aerial networks, energy transportation and distribution. We build power lines, providing the entire supply chain, from permit applications to the construction of pylons, pipe excavations, testing and maintenance. Specifically, Sirti carries out assembly, maintenance and repair work on AT-MT-BT power lines, earthmoving works, ropeways, works in mountain environments, aqueducts and gas pipelines, public lighting, transformer rooms, wind and photovoltaic installations. To consolidate our expertise, presence and operating capacity in the energy sector, Sirti has acquired the entire share capital of Foi & Vitali power lines S.p.A., a company already engaged in the construction and maintenance of high and low-voltage power lines for large clients.
The ability to integrate different technologies and the use of innovative ICT services make intelligent management of utilities possible. Intelligent monitoring of consumption data for any system, and the use of technologies with a low environmental impact allow energy savings. Sirti can manage all phases of the operating process, creating remote control and automation systems, implementing interventions for network rationalization, analysing and evaluating electromagnetic fields for high, medium and low voltage power lines.
- Monitoring & Troubleshooting
- Technical Support & Assurance
AT-MT-BT Power lines
In addition to building installations and systems, Sirti provides preventive maintenance and offers assistance in the project’s financing aspects.
Sirti has always considered energy efficiency and sustainability as essential guidelines in its operating and business models. This is why it was natural for us, over the years, to develop a range of solutions aimed at ensuring less waste, consumption, costs and emissions. These solutions are aimed at creating efficiency in large buildings, industrial sites, railway stations and generally in contexts characterized by high energy and heat consumption.
Power & HVAC (Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning)
As a general principle, in order to make the elements that deal with the power supply function more efficient, the efficiency of each individual element (rectifier, UPS, inverter, etc.) is determined by using high-performance machines (in relation to the state-of-the-art) and making them work within the best performance curve.
As far as the air conditioning function is concerned, in addition to the use of more efficient machinery, favourable climatic conditions (free-cooling) can be exploited by applying heating/cooling recovery techniques and dynamically adjusting the regulation and efficiency of aeraulic flows.
Any intervention begins with an on-site preliminary study of the situation, proceeding on to determine the most feasible system consistency, operating methods, identifying abnormal situations, etc. We then come up with potential systems efficiency proposals, defining them in terms of technical and economic implementation, achievable energy savings and return on investment.