Sponsored Event | July.11.2018 | 9:30am - 1:30pm (Central European Summer Time)Scuola di Perfezionamento per le Forze di Polizia
We are delighted to invite you to an event in which leading practitioners from Italy's renewable energy market will discuss the challenges and opportunities of meeting the EU 2030 targets. Key themes will be the role played by national and international investors, the continued growth of solar PV and wind technology and the opportunities offered by the subsidy-free transition.
9:30 – Participant registration
10:00 – Welcome address
Gennaro Vecchione | Director of the “Scuola di Perfezionamento per le Forze di Polizia” and Major General – Guardia di Finanza Corps
Future prospects for renewables
Carlo Montella | Partner and Global Deputy Business Unit Leader of the Energy & Infrastructure Department – Orrick
Daniel Atzori | Head of Research – inspiratia
Italy’s renewable energy transition: entering the subsidy-free era
Dolf Gielen | Director of the Innovation and Technology Center in Bonn - IRENA
Europe and the 2030 challenges: a roadmap for the doubling of renewables in the energy mix
Alessandro Marangoni | Chief Executive Officer – Althesys Strategic Consulting
Electric and renewables market: price scenarios
Francesco Sperandini | Chairman – Gestore dei Servizi Energetici GSE S.p.A.
The evolution of the energy system in the next decade: the GSE’s point of view
Regions’ environmental and energy programmes
Salvatore D'Urso | General Manager of the Regional Energy Department – Sicily Region
Target 2030: the new energetic and environmental regional program (PEAR) of the Sicily Region
Luigi Michi | Head of Strategy & Development – Terna S.p.A.
Integration of renewables in the national electric system: grid evolution
Antonio Naddeo | Secretary – Conferenza Stato-Regioni
The region’s measures to support PV development
The role of the private sector
Toni Volpe | CEO - Falck Renewables
Large-scale grid-parity assets: examples of implementation
Massimo Pecorari | Global Head of Infrastructure & Power Project Finance - Unicredit
The role of the banking system in the attainment of the national energy strategy (SEN)’s 2030 goals – are grid/market parity projects an opportunity for the banking system?
Pietro Zerauschek | Country Manager - Quercus Investment Partners
Minimum requirements of subsidy-free solar and wind projects to ensure adequate returns, as stable as possible over time
13:00 – 13:30 – Q&A and conclusions
13:30 – Lunch
Notes: simultaneous translation in English and in Italian will be provided
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