Key Energy 2021: the importance of clean energy

Key Energy 2021
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Everything is ready: the world of renewables and energy efficiency meets again in presence and safety at Key Energy 2021, the event organized by the Italian Exhibition Group in conjunction with Ecomondo www., from 26 to 29 October at the Rimini Exhibition Center.

An important appointment, in particular in the light of the NRRR, as recalled by Gianni Silvestrini, president of the Scientific Committee of the fair: “The clean energy sector is experiencing a moment that is perhaps unrepeatable, given the European objectives and the funding from the PNRR. We are about to see an acceleration in the installation of plants from renewable sources, such as to be able to reach 70% of the total capacity by 2030, a figure eight times higher than the current average. At the center are photovoltaics, but also wind power, with offshore projects that are finally starting in Italy and in the future also “green” hydrogen. Our country has also progressed in electric mobility and energy efficiency: 86,000 new cars were registered between January and August. Not to mention the success of the construction Ecobonus, which generated over 132,000 jobs in two years “.

Key Energy 2021 will open precisely with a conference dedicated to the “Opportunities for Italy coming from the Pnrr”, during which Vittorio Chiesa, director of the Energy Strategy Group of the Politecnico di Milano, will present an economic scenario and employment effects deriving from the use of funds from the Recovery Plan.
Regarding the panel of conferences that will take place during the event, “The beauty of renewables” (26 October, 11.30 am), which will also be attended by architect Stefano Boeri.
The opportunities deriving from the European funds of the Recovery Fund will be analyzed in “The Fit for 55 Package and the European strategy for decarbonisation” (27 October, 9.30 am) by Elettricità Futura. Wednesday will also be the day dedicated to in-depth studies on wind power, with two conferences organized by Anev on “Economic and practical aspects related to the development of offshore wind in Italy” (27 October, 9.45) and “Wind power and digitalization, ecological transition passes through the digital transition ”(27 October, 3 pm).
Key Energy 2021 will also talk about mobility and sustainable cities with the meetings organized by Motus-E in collaboration with Vaielettrico and Fleetmagazine.
Among these, the day dedicated to the E-Valley: the transition to electricity in the land of motors, which will be held on October 27th and during which a study will be presented by Giorgio Prodi of the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Ferrara on “The challenge of the electric transition: the state of the Emilian Motor Valley”.