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    Uncertain prospects for growth in Italy

    Figures from different sources have painted a mixed picture of Italy’s solar thermal market in 2018. According to Assotermica, the country’s Association of Manufacturers of Equipment and Components for Heating Systems, the sector declined by 8 % in 2018 compared to the previous year, mainly...
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  • Italy: Conference Highlights Installers’ Key Qualification Issues

    Italy: Conference Highlights Installers’ Key Qualification Issues

    Held in Rome in September 2012, the conference “Qualification and Certification of Skills for Those Working in the Energy Sector” was the ideal platform to outline and debate which qualifications and certifications are necessary for installers of small-scale renewable energy...

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  • Italy: 55 % Tax Deductions until 30 June 2013

    Italy: 55 % Tax Deductions until 30 June 2013

    The latest amendments to Italy’s tax deduction policies resulted in good - and bad - news. According to the “Decree on Growth”, which became effective on 25 July 2012, the 55 % tax deductions will stay unchanged for another six months, until 30 June 2013. Originally, the tax reductions...

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  • Italy: Solar Energy Cheapest Energy-saving Measure in Tax Deduction Scheme

    Italy: Solar Energy Cheapest Energy-saving Measure in Tax Deduction Scheme

    ENEA, the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, has recently published its fourth study analysing the effect of the 55 % tax deductions from 2010. According to these annual studies, the total investment in solar thermal systems under...

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  • Italy: Round-table on Ways Out of Crisis

    Italy: Round-table on Ways Out of Crisis

    On 28 June, Italy’s solar thermal association, Assolterm, organised a round-table discussion under the title "How will the solar thermal market look like in 2030? Action Plan, burden sharing and incentive mechanisms". Among the attendees were representatives of ministries,...

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