The need to update energy policies worldwide in order to deal with climate change effectively is now unanimously considered a priority by the scientific and political communities as well as by people. It is also unanimously believed that what is needed is an approach integrating energy usage and energy production. Such an approach requires that we speed up the transition towards an economy not any longer based on fossil fuels, but instead on an increased demand / supply efficiency and on renewable sources, while aiming at clean technologies and emissions closer and closer to zero wherever fossil fuels are used. The Italian Energy policy foresees, in the medium-short term: diversify the energy suppliers, diversify routes and the related infrastructures, support the international dialogue between producers and consumers, increase energy efficiency both in electricity generation and in end-uses, diversify energy sources; while, in the medium-long term: emphasize energy diversification while coping with environmental concerns, continue the process of liberalization of the electricity market towards retail market, increase security of energy supply, reduce energy prices and tariffs, streamline the authorization procedures.

Il contributo italiano all’iniziativa europea (Set Plan) per la cattura, il trasporto e lo stoccaggio della CO2

MACINI, PAOLO;MESINI, EZIO;
2010

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The need to update energy policies worldwide in order to deal with climate change effectively is now unanimously considered a priority by the scientific and political communities as well as by people. It is also unanimously believed that what is needed is an approach integrating energy usage and energy production. Such an approach requires that we speed up the transition towards an economy not any longer based on fossil fuels, but instead on an increased demand / supply efficiency and on renewable sources, while aiming at clean technologies and emissions closer and closer to zero wherever fossil fuels are used. The Italian Energy policy foresees, in the medium-short term: diversify the energy suppliers, diversify routes and the related infrastructures, support the international dialogue between producers and consumers, increase energy efficiency both in electricity generation and in end-uses, diversify energy sources; while, in the medium-long term: emphasize energy diversification while coping with environmental concerns, continue the process of liberalization of the electricity market towards retail market, increase security of energy supply, reduce energy prices and tariffs, streamline the authorization procedures.
Atti del 18° Geofluid “Problemi di Geoingegneria: lo stoccaggio geologico della CO2 alla luce della direttiva europea 2009/31/EC"
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G. CAU; G. GIRARDI; P. MACINI; E. MESINI; S. PERSOGLIA
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