A real paradigm shift
The European Union has developed the “Clean Energy Package”, which sets a series of targets to be achieved by 2030. The aim is to promote decarbonisation.
Each member state has developed a National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan (NIPEC) that sets out the necessary steps and policies to be implemented to achieve the EU targets in the period 2021-2030.
Concrete projects for sustainable development
Sharing the fundamental points of the PNIEC is a clear indicator of how Viridis pursues a business with a long-term vision, strategic for our country.
In fact, the constant search for efficiency in our projects is aimed at reducing the cost of the kWh generated in order to compete with generation from fossil fuels and accelerate the path to full decarbonisation in electricity production.
Increasing renewable sources
The current National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan (NIPEC) envisages 55% of energy production from renewable sources on the electricity grid. Without increased investment in renewables and action on the electricity grid, it will not be possible to achieve the European targets.
Roberto Cingolani, Minister for Ecological Transition, spoke of bureaucratic transition, i.e. streamlining the approval process for renewable energy installations. Excessive bureaucracy in the permitting phase is in fact the main obstacle to ecological transition.
In the area of sustainable mobility, biofuels, biomethane and hydrogen will be promoted. In the coming months, the rules of the simplification decree relating to the allocation of €90 million for the financing of electric charging infrastructures will have to be implemented.