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The next decade will be key on the domestic and international fronts for the development of an energy mix increasingly geared towards renewable sources.

The next few years will likely herald the results in relation to 2030 targets and the necessary process of decarbonising our economy: the transposition of European directives, the definition of ambitious international targets, the implementation of long-term national climate and energy policies, a renewed National Energy and Climate Plan will all be determining factors in the acceleration that many operators have been expecting for some time. Solar will have to play a key role in a rapidly changing scenario that offers new business opportunities for all sector operators, for whom KEY ENERGY is putting itself forward as the main opportunity to meet. This is also thanks to the main associations in the sector, including ANIE Federazione, Elettricità Futura and Italia Solare.

Various factors over the next few years are expected to drive growth in solar power, such as the spread of storage systems, the creation of energy communities, the increase in electric mobility and growing demand for green energy from companies and citizens.

SOLAR&STORAGE will exhibit a broad offer of technologies, solutions and best practices in response to a market that, according to the forecasts of the National Energy and Climate Plan, will count on an average of 900 MW of new installation every year until 2025 and approximately 4.8 GW/year from 2025 to 2030 (source: E&S Group from PNIE data).

The organisation of technical seminars and conferences dedicated to this new section will be an important opportunity to take stock of the photovoltaic sector and focus on opportunities and the new emerging scenarios.

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Read the comments of industry experts

Renewable energies. Ferment in the photovoltaic sector

Alberto Pinori, Chairman of Anie Rinnovabili (association of companies that build components and plant for the production of clean energy) explains: “Renewable energies are experiencing another period of stimulus on the market, due to a variety of factors”.
First of all, “tax cuts have significantly boosted the installation of photovoltaic systems, particularly residential. Further boosting the market, there is “the super depreciation rate for companies operating in the photovoltaic and wind energy sector, while storage systems are also making a huge contribution”.

New momentum for the sector with the revamping

Pinori continues: “Another driving force was the new TRD (Technical Reference Document) issued by the GSE (Italy’s Energy Services Manager) in relation to revamping, i.e. the possibility of making old solar and wind systems more efficient” and highlights the contribution given by Anie Rinnovabili to the National Energy Strategy through “a study on the scenarios from now to 2030 delivered to the Ministry for Economic Development and the GSE” which has helped set the objective of 48.08% of renewable energy.

An objective that helps define a scenario of secure development in the renewables sector.

Companies at Ecomondo and KeyEnergy to develop new opportunities

A sector that strongly feels the need to have its own space at national trade show level: “Ecomondo and KeyEnergy may be this space” says Pinori, “Anie Rinnovabili will certainly be a key player both in the exhibition and convention sections”, offering the best to companies that plan to seize the opportunities that arise in the sector.