Today in Rome’s Enel Auditorium, we host a debate on the past and future of renewable energy.
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Ten years of renewables in Italy and around the world. There’s no better occasion than the celebration of Enel Green Power’s tenth anniversary to host, today December 14th, a debate in Enel’s own auditorium, focusing on the evolution of renewable power from 2008 onwards with a close scrutiny on Italy’s future outlook. One of the hot topics on hand is represented by the next round of Italy’s ministerial decree on renewable incentives and their contribution to meet the country’s 2030 decarbonization targets. Other elements of discussion will revolve around the roles of PPAs in the development of renewables, of elements that foster the spreading of grid parity projects and energy storage systems playing out in the new energy generation scenario.
The debate is hosted by Tiziana Ferrario, a leading journalist from Italy’s State broadcaster RAI, introducing Enel’s CEO Francesco Starace for its opening remarks before setting the stage for a series of high profile speakers, starting with IRENA’s Director General, Adnan Z. Amin who’ll outline the main steps of the ongoing energy transition.
Antonio Cammisecra, Enel Green Power’s CEO, will do the honours by recounting how today’s company started its journey to become a leading operator in the global renewable energy market as Enel’s renewable power division.
The debate has its most important topic in the challenges and opportunities entailed in Italy’s relaunch of the renewable sector, calling for a panel discussion moderated by Matteo Di Castelnuovo, Head of the Green Management, Energy and CSR (MaGER) masters at SDA Bocconi. The panel is to be attended by Stefano Besseghini, President of ARERA; Roberto Moneta, CEO of GSE, Italy’s managing authority for energy services; Simone Mori, President of Elettricità Futura; Andrea Peruzy, President and CEO of Acquirente Unico and Luigi Ferraris, CEO and Director General of Terna, Italy’s power grid operator.
The closing remarks feature Carlo Tamburi, Enel’s Head of Country Italy, who’ll provide a snapshot of the sweeping changes that changed the face of the Italian renewable sector since the onset of its first incentive scheme, with a close look on how to restore growth prospects for a sector that’s deeply rooted throughout the country.
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