Also an Italian school, the Liceo scientifico Romano Bruni of Padua is aboard the international space station (ISS),with an experiment created and planned by a team of students.
The futuristic Q8 flagship station was inaugurated on the Paderno Dugnano, Milan, along the Milano-Meda road. This gas station is distinguished by innovative architectural and technological solutions that combine tradition and environmental sustainability and it stands as an ideal service space for mobility in a context of energy transition. We talked about it with Mr Giuseppe Zappalà, CEO of Kuwait Petroleum Italia. The station, he explains, expresses Q8’s vision of the network of the future: a service hub capable of satisfying the various needs related to mobility in the best possible way. Developed on an 8,000 square meter yard, the system guarantees numerous refuelling stations for vehicles with traditional endothermic engines (petrol, diesel, LPG and short-term methane) as well as for electric ones with as many as 6 charging stations, 2 of which offer ultrafast 300 kW. At the heart of the entire creation is the minimal environmental impact. In fact, the best innovative energy efficiency solutions were used.
Recovery plan: the PNRR (National Recovery and Resilience Plan) provides for incentives to promote environmental sustainability.
Emme Informatica, a software house in Padua, celebrates its twentieth anniversary in 2021.
In this occasion, it takes the opportunity to announce its upcoming services and to confirm its mission: to offer IT tools that improve and simplify the work of the protagonists of the
oil sector, i.e. service, net workers and white pumps. Mrs Maddalena Tanca, partner and head of communication, tells us about and illustrates to us the company.