Skip to main content


With nearly 60 years of experience, Tecnimont has multiple references in the EPC of advanced electricity power projects in 44 countries

Thanks to our wide reference list and expertise: more than 15 GW of plants put in operation, we are a leading company and a main Contractor

With nearly 3 GW of plants delivered, we provide state-of the-art solutions with lowest emission for a sustainable environmental and social impact

We are also responsive to the market's needs in the EPC on these alternative energy sources. Our solid experience comes from our references in Italy

Tecnimont is also capable to provide to its clients customized and flexible solutions in this sector of Renewable Energy

Tecnimont’s expertise is also applied to the design of the power plants based on the production of energy from Solar Thermodynamic

The Thermal Power Plant of Santa Cruz is located in Bairro Santa Cruz, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Olevano plant is biomass power plant, having a rated electrical capacity of about 20 MWe. This biomass is a substantial contribution to the sustainability objectives set by the European Union.

The Bocamina II Steam Power Plant is located in Southern Chile, Bio Bio Region, approximately 20 km from the nearest town, Concepcion.

This EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) project involves the execution of an industrial complex of strategic importance for the country's development.

The Thermal Power Plant of IBIRITERMO is located in Ibirité - state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. IBIRITERMO S.A. is a partnership between Edison S.p.A., one of the major companies in Italy in the field of electricity and natural gas, and PETROBRAS – Petróleo Brasileiro S.A., a Brazilian integrated energy company in the field of oil and natural gas.

The ITAQUI Power Plant is located in North East Brazil, Maranhão region, approximately 15 km from the state capital, São Luís.

The MONCALIERI Combined / Cogeneration Cycle Power Plant is located in the North of Italy, in the surroundings of the city of Torino.

The ENERGIA PECEM I Power Plant is located in North East Brazil, Ceara region, approximately 60 km from the state capital, Fortaleza.