Key Energy Events
  • Wednesday, November 9, 2022
  • 14:30 - 16:00
  • Memo
  • Tulipano Room Pav. B6
  • Italian
  • Organized by: Althesys

     

Geopolitical upheavals, decarbonization goals and technological break-troughs are the key elements driving a radical and rapid rethinking of Italy's electricity market structure. Renewables are strategic for supply security as well as for reducing environmental impacts, but by what means can they be developed faster? What should be the structure and operation of the electricity market? On the one hand, the role of forward markets will have to evolve to cope with the criticality of spot markets. On the other, new models of production and consumption, such as energy communities and new players such as aggregators, will have to grow, as will PPAs, to encourage investment in renewables. In this evolving framework, storage and digitalization will play a key role in the adequacy of the electricity system. But what will be the system costs and prices for consumers? These are the crucial questions to be answered to design an effective national energy strategy with the new PNIEC. Some of the industry's leading operators and stakeholders will discuss during the workshop to try to provide some answers and sketch a new vision of the Italian electricity market projected toward the green transition.

Session Chair
Alessandro Marangoni, Althesys

Program
Global energy scenarios and strategies for decarbonization
Alessandro Marangoni, Althesys

The Italian electricity sector towards 2030
Agostino Re Rebaudengo, Future Electricity

What role for wind power in Italy?
Simone Togni, ANEV

Key technological innovation for the transition
Maurizio Delfanti, RSE

The role of Europe to promote innovation
Francesco Matteucci, EISMEA - European Innovation Council

Renewables and the electricity market, what design for the future?
Moderator: Alessandro Marangoni, Althesys

Luca Bragoli, ERG
Andrea Ghiselli, EF Solare
Roberto Pasqua, EDP Renewables
Luca Solfaroli Camillocci, Enel Green Power

Infrastructure and storage enablers of the transition                     
Moderator: Gianni Silvestrini, Kyoto Club

Fabio Bulgarelli, Terna
G. B. Zorzoli, AIEE
A. D'Agostino, Edison
Massimo Ricci, Arera

Conclusions