AB Energy SpA

eMail : info@gruppoab.it
Telephone : +39 030 9400100
Address : via Artigianato, 27 , Orzinuovi (BS) , Italy , 25034

Founded in 1981 by Angelo Baronchelli, the AB industrial Group operates in the fields of cogeneration and the promotion of renewable energy sources. A leading supplier of installations of gas engines for biogas and natural gas.
Founded in 1981 by Angelo Baronchelli, the AB industrial Group operates in the fields of cogeneration and the promotion of renewable energy sources. A leading supplier of installations of gas engines for biogas and natural gas.

The AB Group is a European benchmark company with modular solutions for outdoors and stations from 100 to 10,000 kWe. Over 800 plants have been built to date, amounting to 1100 MWe of installed power.


The AB Group has enjoyed significant growth and major economic results. In the last years, production capacity has increased threefold and the number of employees has grown to over 500. There are 14 companies in the group. In august Canadian EPS was the latest to join and is now known as EPS | AB Energy Canada


The AB Group is the only European industrial concern able to provide a truly all-round service in the cogeneration field, and represent a single interlocutor for the end customer, from project to service. Energy efficiency is an increasingly more decisive factor for making companies competitive; above all, on a complex and dynamic international scenario, where challenges are also won by waging on the optimisation of internal processes. Furthermore, responsibility towards the environment has become an integral part of "intelligent" marketing, aware of the role which environmental policies will play to an ever greater extent in the future.


On this scenario, cogeneration represents a strategic opportunity for many companies in various industrial sectors, as well as in the agricultural world, thanks to the promotion of biomasses for the production of biogas.


The AB Group therefore has a clear idea of the strategies required to cater for the expectations of industry and agricultural concerns, both anxious to grasp the profit opportunities of an "enlightened" business decision.