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ANTONIO GENOVESI PRIZE
II EDITION

Antonio Genovesi Prize - II edition (2012)

The following 13 working groups took part in the second edition of the Award, finalized to the execution of technical-financial feasibility studies:

  1. Helios” – Parco fotovoltaico diffuso e Parco elettrico urbano, Pontecagnano Faiano (SA). Students: Vittoria Capobianco, Ilaria Rendina;
  2. Appesi a un filobus” – Sistema di trasporto ecocompatibile ad alimentazione elettrica, Atripalda, Avellino e Mercogliano. Students: Mirka Mobilia, Luigi Carleo, Stefano Alfieri Bianco;
  3. Mira Group – Mini isole ecologiche interrate ‘30 Isole per Baronissi (SA). Students: Raffaella D’Elia, Michela Sessa;
  4. “Life in Technicolor” – Giffoni Mutimedia Valley, Giffoni Valle Piana (SA). Student: Roberta Russo;
  5. Green Life Group– Impianto a biomassa, Montella (AV). Students: Vincenzo Abagnale, Moris Di Donato, Piantedosi Marco;
  6. Miseria e Nobiltà”Museo della Pasta, Gragnano (NA). Students: Luca Sabatino, Francesco Saverio Vitiello, Felice Califano;
  7. Swimming in the Sun” – Piscina coperta con impianto termo-fotovoltaico, Nocera Inferiore (SA). Students: Paola Amendola, Giusy Oliva;
  8. Battipaglia al centro” – Centro culturale e dell’informazione, Battipaglia (SA). Students: Mario Francesco Biancullo, Antonio Domenico Turco;
  9. Parking mania” – Realizzazione parcheggi interrati e sistemazione Piazza Cavour, Salerno. Students: Maria Pia Sarno, Rosa Mari;
  10. Via col Vento Nuovo Parco eolico, Vallata (AV). Students: Anna Conte, Marika Galicchio;
  11. Crescent groupParcheggio pubblico interrato di Piazza della Libertà, Salerno. Students: Daniele De Luna, Guglielmo Di Palma, Carmine Marano;
  12. Lago dei Cigni” – Valle della Masseria, opere di mitigazione ambientale e valorizzazione paesaggistica e fruttiva dell’area, Serre (SA). Student: Antonella Cornetta;
  13. Peter Pan” – Polo espositivo e Parco della musica e dello sport, Mercato San Severino (SA). Students: Gianfranco Nicodemo, Antonio Del Guacchio.

The projects of the second edition have also been collected in the volume “La valutazione finanziaria dei progetti per il rilancio del territorio, edited by Gianluigi De Mare, Antonio Nesticò, Rosa Maria Caprino, Franco Angeli Editore.
Below are the winning projects of the second edition of the Antonio Genovesi Prize:

Feasibility Section: the examining committee awarded the prize to the working group called “Life in Technicolor” for the detail of the financial analysis conducted in relation to the complex components involved in an integrated project of high territorial importance, where in the student Roberta Russo was involved in the economic-financial evaluation of the “Giffoni Multimedia Valley” project in the municipality of Giffoni Valle Piana (SA) for an investment of € 20 million.

Research Section: the “Swimming in the Sun” working group was awarded the prize for the quality of the cognitive surveys carried out and for the correct implementation of modern computerized protocols to support the evaluations, where in the students Paola Amendola and Giusy Oliva were engaged in the economic-financial evaluation of the project for the construction of an indoor swimming pool with thermo-photovoltaic system in the municipality of Nocera Inferiore (SA) for an investment of € 3.96 million.

Creativity section: the “MIRA Group” was awarded the prize for the use of careful studies, including a benchmarking comparison, aimed at selecting the best investment option. Notably, the students Raffaella D’Elia and Michela Sessa were engaged in the project “30 Isole per Baronissi” for the construction of ecological underground mini-islands in the town of Baronissi (SA), with an investment of 1.8 million euro.

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