Findings from the MultiPACK European Project: data from Enex installations

Enex is the protagonist of an article by Industria & Formazione, the official magazine of prestigious research centre Centro Studi Galileo.

The article reports the findings of the MultiPack European project, aimed at designing integrated cooling and heating packages for commercial and public buildings based on environmentally friendly carbon dioxide vapour compression cycles. The analysis focuses on two of the six experimental installations which Enex has developed in multiple European countries over the course of five years.

We would like to congratulate our Project Manager Giacomo Tosato on his essential contribution to the project and to the research papers which ensued from it.



Vice Chairman Enex Industrial

  • Joined ENEX Technologies from EOS Refrigeration in 2023, where he was founder & CEO
  • More than 30 years’ experience in the Refrigeration sector as a managing director and then founder of a leading ammonia refrigeration OEM, generating more than 30% annual growth
  • Launched several innovative products focused on energy efficiency and environmental sustainability
  • Obtained an Engineering degree from UPC – Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona

CEO, Heat Exchangers, Enex Technologies

  • Based in Treviso, Italy
  • Joined Roen Est in 2020 as Chief Operating Officer
  • 20 years’ experience in operations, lean manufacturing, product commercialization and supply chain with Danfoss and Rivacold
  • Earned a degree in Engineering from the University of Saint Etienne in France

CEO, Commercial Refrigeration and Enex HVAC

  • Joined Enex Technologies from Carrier, where he was Managing Director, Commercial HVAC Europe
  • More than 20 years’ experience in the HVAC sector leading transformation, with a track record of significantly improving the financial performance of the businesses he leads
  • Earned a degree in Economics Business and Administration at Universidad Complutense
  • Completed programs at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, and IESE Business School