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Principali attività

De Nora Water Technologies Italy is one of the 25 operating companies of Industrie De Nora, an Italian multinational company specializing in electrochemistry, a leading player in sustainable technologies, and the emerging green hydrogen industry.

Industrie De Nora has a portfolio of products and systems to optimize the energy efficiency of industrial processes and water treatment solutions. Globally, De Nora is the world’s largest supplier of electrodes for major industrial electrochemical processes (for customers in Chlorine & Caustic Soda production, Electronics components, Surface Finishing), and a leading supplier of water filtration and disinfection technologies (for the industrial, municipal, marine sectors and swimming pools). Leveraging its consolidated electrochemical know-how and proven production capability, the company has developed and qualified a portfolio of electrodes and components to produce hydrogen through the electrolysis of water, which is crucial for the energy transition. In this sector, the company also has a JV with ThyssenKrupp, called TK Nucera, in which it holdes a 34% stake. Founded in 1923, De Nora reported total revenues of €616m and EBITDA of €127m in 2021. The Company’s growth process developed both organically, thanks to continuous innovation, and by external lines, through major acquisitions in the USA, the UK, Japan, and Italy. Industrie De Nora is present in 10 countries, with 5 R&D centers in Italy, the USA, and Japan. The Group’s intellectual property portfolio currently includes about 260 patent families with more than 2,700 territorial extensions. The company is controlled by the De Nora family (64%), and Snam holds a minority stake of approximately 36%.

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