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Enel Green Power announces new Head of O&M for geothermal and biomass

Luigi Parisi, Head Operations & Maintenance, Geothermal and Biomass, Enel Green Power (source: Enel)
Alexander Richter 22 Oct 2018

Enel Green Power has appointed Luigi Parisi as new Head for Operation & Maintenance of its geothermal and biomass operations.

Reported yesterday from Italy, Luigi Parisi has been installed as the new Head of Operations & Maintenance Geothermal and Biomass of Enel Green Power. Parisi, a graduate in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pisa, with a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from the Milan Polytechnic, is a resident of Pisa.

Parisi is a great expert in the field of geothermics because he was employed in Enel in 1993, right at the Mining Engineering facility, dealing with the characterization and optimization of production / rejection of geothermal fields in the provinces of Pisa, Siena and Grosseto. Subsequently, he held the position of manager of geothermal power plants in the area of Lago Boracifero (Gr), before engaging in the activity of geothermal projects abroad (El Salvador) and in Italy (Nuova Sasso and Nuova Lagoni Rossi in municipal territory of Castelnuovo Val di Cecina – Pi), as project manager. From 2012 he moved abroad, where he lived for about two years in Nevada, holding the position of manager of Renewable Plant Construction for the North, Central and South America.

Parisi has now returned to Tuscany after having gained important and prestigious experiences in Italy and abroad in the field of geothermal and renewable energy, ready to continue the development of geothermal energy in the region in the wake of a company policy focused on the criteria of innovation, technological excellence and environmental sustainability.

Luigi Parisi succeeds Massimo Montemaggi, who has been in charge of Geothermics from 2010 to 30 September 2018, carrying out a work of great quality and importance on all fronts of geothermal activity, from production to reorganization and the opening of new plants in Tuscany according to the best technological and environmental standards, from international projects to the growth of so-called “other uses” such as the use of geothermal heat, collaborations with institutions and associations for the fallout of geothermal energy in the tourism, cultural, artisanal and agricultural sectors. Enel Green Power addresses the most heartfelt thanks to Massimo Montemaggi, who will continue to collaborate with the company, dealing with relations with institutional stakeholders regarding technological, plant and technical authorization issues.

Source: Siena News