ROBERTO SODINI & Co. Renewable Energy S.R.L. offre servizi di:
  • Advice
    and Analysis of customer requirements and subsequent processing solution for the optimization of energy consumption civil and industrial
  • Sale
    of components for the power plant proposed / desired, in particular solar modules, inverters, photovoltaic kits ready for use, electric boards and electrical equipment for BT, low enthalpy geothermal systems, heat pumps.
  • Training
    to staff involved in the development of the plant, as well as the end user for proper management of the same
  • After-sales
    service on the planning of maintenance and repair of all products sold.

ROBERTO SODINI & Co. Renewable Energy Ltd. operates in the sector of renewable energy by 2001.
The experience gained over the years allows us to assist customersin every step of the process: design, material procurement, regulatory consulting, control of the business plan and its pay-back.
Always in stock primary brands.
Direct contacts with globally leading manufacturers allow us to satisfy all your needs.


As an installer of photovoltaic panels you require a cost-effective selection of products, services, and tools. ROBERTO SODINI & Co. Renewable Energy can provide you with a range of high-quality, brand named solar panels, inverters, and mounting systems. Alongside our technical and commercial support and innovative tools, you can be sure of getting just what you need and when you need.

Project Developers

With over 10 years of experience in solar energy, ROBERTO SODINI & Co. Renewable Energy can provide you with valuable advice on PV project development. We can supply you with the optimal choice of materials for every project through our well-established relationships with manufacturers of solar panels, solar inverters and mounting systems. Contact our project development team for more information on how we can work together towards a turn-key solution to your renewable energy needs.


An investment in solar makes sound business sense. It is both secure and by factoring local Feed-in-Tariffs (FIT) into expected solar energy production for a given area, it is possible to forecast revenues for up to 25 years into the future. The price per kilowatt of energy is index-linked, meaning that it will rise annually with the retail price index (RPI) measure of inflation.


In 2010 the feed in tariff was introduced as an incentive for people to generate their own solar power. Electricity suppliers now pay you for every unit of electricity your solar panels produce. Electricity generated by your solar panels directly powers your appliances saving you money on your electricity bill. Energy efficient systems such as the ones we supply generate more than the average consumers’ needs. This means that the remainder is sold back to the national grid creating an attractive tax free investment return on every unit sold back.