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La Commissione ha presentato un pacchetto estremamente ambizioso denominato “Fit for 55” per ridurre le emissioni climalteranti del 55% al 2030 rispetto ai livelli del 1990. Un passaggio ritenuto necessario per raggiungere l’obiettivo della neutralità carbonica entro il 2050. Abbiamo chiesto ad Alberto Pototschnig...Read the full article
Nicolò Rossetto (Florence School of Regulation) presenta alcune soluzioni proposte da Peter Fox-Penner nel suo ultimo libro “Power after carbon”Read the full article
Ilaria Conti, Head of Gas at the Florence School of Regulation, says that the energy sector has undergone such evolution that it is difficult to predict where we may be in 25 years. What is certain, she says, “is that we will have a completely different energy sector from today”.Read the full article
“Simply put, you can’t reach climate change objectives if you don’t use hydrogen,” former EU energy commissioner Andris Piebalgs, who researches hydrogen's potential at the Florence School of Regulation, told Yahoo News.Read the full article
A policy brief, developed by the Florence School of Regulation and Environmental Defense Fund Europe, describes pathways for a performance standard for natural gas to address upstream emissions for both imported and domestically produced gas.Read the full article
Riducendo le emissioni di metano gli Stati appartenenti al G20 - responsabili di più di tre quarti delle emissioni antropogeniche di gas serra - hanno l'opportunità di contrastare il riscaldamento globale in maniera rapida e vantaggiosa in termini di costi.Read the full article
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