The investment plan is aimed at increasing the efficiency and quality of services with RAB growth reaching 4.8 billion Euro in 2030. Of the investments, 50% are for integrated water service, for upgrading and increasing the resilience of the network and developing purification plants.
A total of 18% of investments in the networks are allocated to gas distribution, in particular to maintaining the current infrastructure, and thus replacing old pipes with the latest generation ones ready to receive hydrogen mixtures, and development in strategic areas through participation in tenders. A total of 17% of investments are for electricity distribution in order to allow the evolution of the networks by adapting them to support higher capacities due to the electrification of consumption, continuously pursuing operational efficiency, necessary to provide the best service at affordable levels to citizens. Finally, 16% is for district heating networks for the extension of volumes and the development of thermal storage capacity with a focus on technological innovation to promote decarbonisation.