Prestigiacomo and Romans are the incentive arrangement. The roof becomes flexible in the photovoltaics
jeopardize more than 140 thousand jobs and miss European objectives or charge on the bill of € 5.7 billion of Italians? Put that way, the question of incentives for renewables is almost insoluble. And the difficulty of finding the square is demonstrated by the long meetings that these days, and even in these hours, the technical ministries involved (Development, Environment, Agriculture) are taking to develop the legislative decree today should arrive on the table Council of Ministers.
After a long standoff, however, Paul and Stefania Prestigiacomo Romans seem to have found a meeting place, although the negotiations will continue until the last possible minute. The compromise reached yesterday evening mainly photovoltaic and provides that each year (probably by next May), the Government will assess the results achieved, the systems already installed and set out not only the size of the facilities but also the maximum allowance of MWh produced by solar panels that can benefit from the incentives. In short, from the roof "final" proposed by the Ministry of Development, you move a flexible roof determined annually. Notwithstanding the intention to move towards a gradual reduction in incentives. Someone even hypothesizes this year a 50% cut.
that intervention was necessary, moreover, was a view shared by all. Only a few days ago, the Energy Authority has warned the House that in 2011 the situation could become untenable. From 2.5 billion in 2009 and 3.4 billion in 2010, this year the volume of money disbursed by the citizens through the bill (and those who consume more pay more) to support clean energy would reach 5.7 billion.
a huge sum, which becomes even more indigestible if you think that a large chunk of that money has very little to clean. As the so-called CIP 6, the mechanism by which they also promote renewable sources similar to those (including ends, mysteriously, even plants that produce energy from fossil fuels), which in 2010 cost us a total of 1.8 billion, of which only 780 million for the "real" sources. A weigh
much about the bill this year will also be photovoltaics. The explosion unleashed by the incentives of solar panels has led in recent years to be smeared aid (always in the bill) from 300 million in 2009 to 826 in 2010. The mechanism is simple, for every kilowatt produced by a photovoltaic system on the market which is worth about 16 cents, the State will reimburse you about 40, two and a half times, for twenty years. A prize may be too greedy, since it is enough air for the progressive reduction in incentives (from 2011) to trigger a run on solar energy that has become ground by extending the old rates (through the Alcoa decree last summer) for plants become operational by June 2011.
In a few months, according to data from the manager of electrical services, requests for access to the benefit are sketched at an altitude of 54,180 with a total capacity of 3754 MW And here's the problem: Given a power already authorized about 3,400 MW at the end of December the result would be a total of over 7 thousand MW This compares with a target set by the government of 8 MW by 2020. In practice, the goal would be achieved with 7-8 years in advance. At cost, with current incentives, and almost 3 billion a year.
It makes sense that a race, given the burden on citizens, and since no one today is able to carry out the necessary checks to verify that the facilities are paid to those who really put into operation a system?
was not convinced of Paul Romans, that the decree had introduced a series of posts to close the final game: a stop to incentives reached a plateau of 8 thousand MW or at least since 2014. To push the initiative of the Minister of Economic Development also the conviction that the crafty PV is currently certified at 15%, they receive no incentives to produce clean energy are expected to increase. A different view of the
Prestigiacomo, according to which the wind stopped the excess of the ceiling set by the government might be necessary to achieve the goal of 17% of energy produced from renewables by 2020, as agreed with the European Union. A solution to bear on the roof of flexible shafts include a requirement not an industry on which many companies have invested and which deals, including prompted, over 140 thousand people. In terms of fraud, the decree stiffens the penalties by providing, in addition to the refund of incentives, including lack of access to facilities in the future.