Letizia Magaldi interviewed at the XIV QualEnergia Forum

06 December 2021

Letizia Magaldi interviewed at the XIV QualEnergia Forum

Letizia Magaldi interviewed at the XIV QualEnergia Forum, organised by Legambiente, Kyoto Club and La Nuova Ecologia: "The strong penetration of renewable energies and the decarbonisation targets will also involve the entry of storage systems to balance the power grid", said Executive Vice President Magaldi Green Energy, who explained: "Alongside electrochemical energy storage systems there is another cluster of technologies: The Thermal Energy Storage (TES). Magaldi is building the first industrial plant for Thermal Energy Storage in the sand, MGTES". 

Watch the interview at this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe-D6HQE-3M&t=2s

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