Italy

  • 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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  • Latest and Future Developments in Solar District Heating (2012)

    This presentation was given by Riccardo Battisti of Ambiente Italia at the joint 2012 Annual Conference of Euroheat & Power and the Renewable Heating & Cooling European Technology Platform. Battisti gives a sprawling assessment of current developments in Solar District Heating across...

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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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  • Intersolar Award 2012: Efficiency Wins

    Intersolar Award 2012: Efficiency Wins

    On 13 June, it was time for the fifth Intersolar Award at the Intersolar Europe in Munich. The solar industry’s international prize pays tribute to companies, products and services in the categories of Photovoltaics, Solar Thermal Technologies and PV Production Technologies. It was awarded...

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  • Italy: Negotiations with New Government

    Italy: Negotiations with New Government

    The renewable energy sector in Italy has formed a strong alliance to defend its interests under the new government of Mario Monti, Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Finance. The “Convention of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency” (Stati generali delle rinnovabili e dell’efficienza...

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  • Romania: Signs of Recovery at Bucharest’s RomTherm

    Romania: Signs of Recovery at Bucharest’s RomTherm

    The Romtherm, the international exhibition for heating, cooling and air conditioning, has become a meeting point for solar thermal system suppliers in Romania. Installation companies in the field of heating, cooling and renewable energies have greatly appreciated the trade fair. The 17...

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  • Klimaenergy 2012, Bolzano

    From September 20 to 22, 2012, the exhibition district of Bolzano will welcome the fifth edition of “Klimaenergy”, the tradefair and congress devoted to the commercial and public use of renewable energy. Among others the tradeshow covers the categories: biofuels, biogas, biomass, cogeneration and...
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  • Market Study - EU HighCombi project (2011)

    This document provides information on the EU project HighCombi. It includes a market study of the project's six target countries, and outlines the solar thermal state of the art in each.

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  • CSP Feed-in Tariffs Guide (2011)

    Written to support CSP Today’s 2011 concentrated solar power (CSP) event in Seville, this report provides an overview of the regulatory incentives schemes that exist to support the concentrated solar thermal industry around the world. It summarises the incentives and targets for CSP in nine...

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  • Summary of Achievements for ProSTO project (2011)

    This document summarises the main achievements of ProSTO, an IEE funded project on the ‘best practice implementation of solar thermal obligations’. Implemented by Ambiente Italy, the project ran from 2008-2010 in five European countries (Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal Romania), with the general...

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