Key Energy Events
  • Friday, November 11, 2022
  • 11:30 - 13:00
  • Memo
  • Agorà Energy 2 Pav. D7
  • Italian
  • Organized by: I Borghi più Belli d’Italia

Renewable Energy Communities are growing in number, despite critical regulatory issues and slowdowns in support initiatives. About a year after the first pilot experiences, we take stock of the territories and regulatory developments (in addition to the PNRR thematic call, several regions have defined specific laws and issued calls for facilities). An overview of some ongoing experiences in hamlets and small municipalities will be equally presented, in light of the increase in energy spending; together with CERs seen as a tool, as relevant as ever, to combat energy poverty.

President of session
Mauro Guerra, Coordinator Borghi più Belli Emilia Romagna

Program
Introduction and welcome
Fiorello Primi, President Borghi più Belli d'Italia

What models of energy communities?
Alessandro Rossi, ANCI

Criticalities and Potentialities of CERs in Emilia-Romagna: the Clust-ER Greentech survey
Sara Donati, Clust-ER Greentech
Linda Volta, PhD, ENEA

BeComE, The energy transition of small municipalities.
Alessandra Bonfanti, Legambiente small municipalities manager 
Morro d'Alba's Path to Energy Community.
Mayor Enrico Ciarimboli, Dr. Daniela Patrucco

Energy communities among corporations and nonprofits
Andrea Baldanza, Magistrate of the Court of Auditors

Photovoltaic roof tiles and shingles: energy and aesthetics without compromise
Andrea Visentin, Director Components Division of Cotto Possagno

Hydroelectric Plants on Aqueduct: Energy and Respect for the Environment
Rufino Servettini, Enerstar renewable energy

Discussion and closing