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Via Lamarmora 230 -25124 BRESCIA
Phone +39  030 35531 - Fax +39  030 3553204
info@a2a.eu
 


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Corso di Porta Vittoria, 4 - 20122 MILAN
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Via Suardi 26 - 24124 BERGAMO
Phone +39 035.351.111 - Fax +39 035.246645
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CLIENTS
Brescia

Toll free number

800 011 639
(from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 17.00)

Customer centre
Via Lamarmora, 230
(Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8.15 - 13.00,  14.00 - 15.30
Wednesday 8,15 - 15,30
Friday 8.15 - 13.00
Milano

Toll free number
800 199 955
(from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 17.00)

For calls from mobile or from abroad 
02 36609191
(from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 17.00)

DTS  (Telephone system for hearing-impaired people)
02 77203222
(from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 17.00)

Customer centre
Via Francesco Sforza, 12
(from Monday to Friday  from 8.30 to 16.00)

Bergamo

Toll free number
800 012 012
(from Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 17.00)

Customer centre
Via Suardi, 26 - Bergamo
(from Monday to Friday  from 8.00 to 12.30 and from 14.00 to 16)

INSTITUTIONAL
Direction of Communication and External Relations Investors

Direction:
Phone  +39 02 77204583
Fax +39 02 77203591
segreteriacre@a2a.eu  

Press office:
ufficiostampa@a2a.eu  

Social Responsibility
Phone +39 02 77204175 
Fax +39 02 77203535
sostenibilita@a2a.eu

A2A Investor Relations Team
ir@a2a.eu

The Monfalcone Thermoelectric Plant
 

The Monfalcone thermoelectric plant is located on the east bank of the Valentinis Canal and extends over an area that covers approximately 20 hectarmonfalconees.

It is made up of 4 thermoelectric generator sets that operate independently of each other with an overall power capacity of 976 MW.
 

Sections 1 and 2, which are powered both by coal and fuel oil with a capacity of 165 and 171 MW, became operative in 1965 and 1970, respectively, while sections 3 and 4, which are power by fuel oil and each with a capacity of 320 MW, became operative in 1983 and 1984, respectively.

In the first part of 2008, the DeSOx plants became operative to reduce SO2 emission in both coal-powered sections.

At the Monfalcone plant further investments are foreseen, which have already by authorised together with environmental impact surveys (EIS), and which will lead to the closing down of the oil powered generator sets (for an installed capacity equivalent to 640 MW, but with a less efficient and high emission factor), and they will be replaced by the installation of a new 800 MW CCGT, that will operate alongside the existing coal powered generator sets, thus bringing the overall power capacity of the plant to 1,140 MW.

 

 Technical characteristics of the plant

 


 

 

Update at Thu, 23 Jun 2011 09:20