Dalle direttive europee alla ricezione nazionale, il biogas urbano si confronta con un complesso scenario normativo e con un mutevole sistema di incentivi. Dal confronto con le esperienze europee, nuove strategie per lo sviluppo della micro-generazione urbana da biogas possono essere adottate. I European Strategy towards 2020 energy targets aims to develop renewable energy sources in order to guarantee the promotion of new sustainable practices and reduction of green house gas emissions; biogas is a source which can allow to achieve this goals in line with Energy Directive 2009/28/CE and Waste Directive 2008/98/CE. Although the biogas international scientific research and worldwide sustainable experiences are in progress, a huge limit in urban biogas set up is represented by national regulatory framework and financial programs issued. Despite the fact that Italy is the third worldwide producer, biogas suppliers have to challenge with a complex regulatory framework and with uncertain policies. Policies, authorization processes, incentives uncertainty, public-private conflicts can not be an obstacle for biogas micro-generation diffusion. The Italian regulatory framework analysis and its comparison with EU practices and frameworks could allow to identify new available solutions and guidelines for biogas diffusion and development.

La micro-cogenerazione a biogas: se partecipare vuol dire risparmiare [con consapevolezza]. Prospettive di sviluppo in ambito urbano: analisi sintetica delle attuali criticità (normative e procedurali) a livello nazionale e individuazione di alcune strategie di facilitazione per l’adozione di impianti a biogas.

PRACUCCI, Alessandro;ZAFFAGNINI, Theo
2015

Abstract

Dalle direttive europee alla ricezione nazionale, il biogas urbano si confronta con un complesso scenario normativo e con un mutevole sistema di incentivi. Dal confronto con le esperienze europee, nuove strategie per lo sviluppo della micro-generazione urbana da biogas possono essere adottate. I European Strategy towards 2020 energy targets aims to develop renewable energy sources in order to guarantee the promotion of new sustainable practices and reduction of green house gas emissions; biogas is a source which can allow to achieve this goals in line with Energy Directive 2009/28/CE and Waste Directive 2008/98/CE. Although the biogas international scientific research and worldwide sustainable experiences are in progress, a huge limit in urban biogas set up is represented by national regulatory framework and financial programs issued. Despite the fact that Italy is the third worldwide producer, biogas suppliers have to challenge with a complex regulatory framework and with uncertain policies. Policies, authorization processes, incentives uncertainty, public-private conflicts can not be an obstacle for biogas micro-generation diffusion. The Italian regulatory framework analysis and its comparison with EU practices and frameworks could allow to identify new available solutions and guidelines for biogas diffusion and development.
2015
Pracucci, Alessandro; Zaffagnini, Theo
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