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Monday, September 29 2014
The Decree Law no. 91 of 24 June 2014, better known as "Cut of incentives," was published in the Official Journal (No. 144) and provides "urgent measures for agriculture, environmental protection, energy efficiency of school and university, development and revitalization of businesses, containment of tariff charges as well as the definition of immediate provisions arising from European legislation".
Tuesday, September 09 2014
Aiming at energy efficiency means not only choosing renewables, but also embracing sustainable lifestyles, involving the main sectors of modern society: industry, transport, house. Ad hoc tariff plans and eco- policies may encourage this approach.
Monday, August 04 2014
Renewable energy is a growing industry. As a matter of fact technology giants – such as Google and Apple –started to invest in the green sector a few years ago because renewable energy is really a big business which yields long-term profits and produces benefits for the entire planet, significantly reducing emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2).
Thursday, July 24 2014
Widespread use of renewable power in order to reduce global warming is the biggest challenge of the XXIst century. Africa, thanks to its large natural resource endowment, is the perfect candidate from which to start the green revolution. However, poverty, disease, natural disasters, political and religious fights put a brake on the development of the Black Continent which it the least benefited by the Kyoto Protocol and subject to strong population growth. In fact, its population is expected to double in 30 years’ time, reaching about 2 billion people. Moreover, as a consequence, also energy demand will increase and an upward economic trend (annual growth rate of 4%) is expected in 2050.