[automatically translated] The aim of European energy policy is to reduce CO2 emissions and to operate a transformation of the system that favors a low-carbon and highly efficient in terms of energy. To this end, the EU has extended the time frame within which to achieve these good results, with the Green Paper of the Commission 'A framework for energy and climate policies to 2030 "of 27 March 2013, It has opened a consultation on how to combine the satisfaction of the growing demand for energy with the need to reduce polluting gas and the supply of energy at reasonable prices, given the current economic and financial crisis. The pillars of the EU's energy policy are sustainability, the document containing the National Energy Strategy (SEN), which express the Italian commitment to the achievement, by 2050, the objective of decabornizzazione economy set by the European energy policy. The Strategy enucleates four main objectives which guide the actions to be taken in the energy sector: 1) significantly reduce the cost of energy gap for consumers and businesses, by aligning prices and energy costs than those in Europe in 2020, and ensuring that the energy transition of longer period (2030-2050) does not compromise the Italian and European industrial competitiveness; 2) achieve and exceed environmental goals and decarbonisation defined by the European Climate-Energy Package in 2020, and take a leading role in the definition and implementation of the Roadmap 2050; 3) continue to improve our security and independence of supply; 4) To promote sustainable economic growth through the development of the energy sector. The implementation of the initiatives envisaged in the SEN, is expected to achieve a progressive and significant transformation of the system, from both an economic point of view and environmentally.
|Number of pages||100|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|