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The objective of becoming a reliable single point of contact for our customers' plant engineering has led us to extend our business beyond plumbing, towards the interconnected and integrated construction of fire-fighting, hydrogen, a biomassa legnosa , cogeneration and trigeneration plants.


Interconnected plants for coordinated efficiency

Our vision pushes us towards an integration of the systems and technologies we design and build: our plants, even large or very large, are designed with the same idea of offering efficient performance, but also economically and environmentally sustainable.

Serving as a unique benchmark for creating efficiency is a clear choice, aiming to contribute to the future by combining the power of natural elements (sun, water, earth, air) and continuous innovation from our R&D departments.

The result is the possibility of combining the management of plumbing systems, with geothermal, photovoltaic or solar thermal systems, synchronising them with air conditioning or air treatment systems.

But that’s not all: there are also interesting synergies with electrical systems designed in a green way, audio or fire-fighting systems for security management and environmentally friendly energy production systems (such as hydrogen, cogeneration and trigeneration ).

Green attitude

A common mission, for a total ecological revolution.


Of consumption, of energy waste, costs, energy production.


Perfect connection between different systems, all dedicated to the creation of ecological value.


A single contact person, with the expertise to think sustainably about every part of the building.

Available solutions


Cogeneration and trigeneration plants

Combined heat and power (CHP) plants are efficient energy production systems designed to generate electricity and heating simultaneously and in an integrated manner from a single primary energy source, such as natural gas or biogas. Trigeneration systems represent a further evolution, adding cooling as a further result and are also known as CCHP (Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power) plants,

They combine high energy efficiency with higher overall efficiency than separate systems for electricity, heating or cooling. The use of a single energy source for multiple applications reduces consumption from other sources and leads to a significant reduction in harmful emissions into the atmosphere.

Co-generation also lowers dependence on centralised electricity grids and, by offering a continuous supply, is a reliable source of energy, useful for critical applications such as hospitals, data centres and industry.

High efficiency

Higher performance, less waste, less cost.


Reducing emissions from traditional energy sources.


Possibility of procurement continuous and uninterrupted


Potential independence from centralised electricity grids.

Change starts today. Energize it, with ITE!


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