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Monday 27 February 2017 alle ore 12:00:35
Category: Renewable Energy
Biogas like Italy.
The sector is worth 2.4 billion cubic meters a year: it is the fourth producer in the world. The world is hungry for energy, and the old sources can not travel next to human evolution still for too long. The oil giants, although they are investing more and more capital in the search for clean and profitable energy sources, are still too tied to the good earnings to leave behind these highly polluting sources. In Italy, in spite of everything, there are those who already pointing to the photovoltaic, solar thermal, wind power and biogas and does it in a serious way. Our country currently boasts an installed capacity of approximately 1,200 megawatts (MW), equal to a production of 2.4 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year. An important factor that leads Italy among the first manufacturers in the world. Our country is "one of the leading producers of biogas in agriculture; fourth in the world after Germany, China and the US", is explained in the annual event during the Italian Biogas Consortium (CIB) titled "The Dawn of a farming revolution "and he held in Rome.
Friday 24 February 2017 alle ore 12:00:09
Category: Renewable Energy
Renewable energy: GSE study towards 2020
The new study by the GSE on the Green Economy and on renewable energies, released in December 2016, shows how this sector in Italy still attracts investment and is expected to grow over time. Since 2004, in fact, the consumption of energy from renewable sources has grown steadily year after year and, as pointed out by the Energy Services Manager, the trend will remain positive, despite the cessation of incentives: it is estimated an additional power for 2020 3.7 GW compared to the current year, for a total of 8 TWh of electricity, of which approximately 40% attributable to new wind farms. The installation of this additional power could generate, according to data, new investments (estimated at 8 billion Euros for new plants and 4.5 billion euro per year for operation and maintenance) and new jobs (about 62,000 units year of installation and life cycle of the plant). According to the report drawn up, 2020 would be about 6.9 TWh more than in 2015: the electricity produced from renewable sources would rise from 109.5 TWh in 2015 to 116.4 TWh in 2020.
Wednesday 23 June 2010 alle ore 13:00:16
Category: Renewable Energy
Rome capital of renewable energy
The City of Rome, with the accession to the Covenant signed May 4, 2010 in Brussels, pledged to implement a series of measures for energy efficiency, renewable energy projects and measures for energy savings . The cornerstones of the "master plan" are: 1) transform the downtown into attractive and lively place with open spaces and accessible, pedestrian areas, roads that will help increase humanity. 2) bring vitality and density in the heart of the city, keeping to a sense of community with high housing sustainability and energy-efficient apartments in livable 3) enhance the relationship between the city and its agricultural land 4) Rome to rethink energy concentric zones and interconnected 5) tempering Rome through thousands of micro gardens both public and private. 6) collaborative learning and distributed education and training systems or totally rethought "hyper-competitive than the model currently in force" banner - instead - the sharing, exchange of knowledge and a growing "empathy" 7) improve agriculture on 80 000 hectares of green areas, to shorten the chain, promote local production and reduce costs and harmful emissions from the transport of food 8) create technology parks (wind and solar) and Biosphere (to produce biomass) throughout the city and in rural areas; 9) increase the development (in accordance with the guidelines already given by the Campidoglio in Rome on a "low carbon") of new companies in the fields of environmental compatibility.
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