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Sistema Elettrico Italiano: proposte per la pianificazione energetica

Atti del Convegno 2017

Alessandro Clerici
Presidente Onorario
WEC Italia e FAST

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Sistema Elettrico Italiano: proposte per la pianificazione energetica

Atti del Convegno 2017

Davide Tabarelli
Presidente
Nomisma Energia

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Sistema Elettrico Italiano: proposte per la pianificazione energetica

Atti del Convegno 2017

Claudio Machetti
Direttore Global Trading Business Line
Enel SpA

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Sistema Elettrico Italiano: proposte per la pianificazione energetica

Atti del Convegno 2017

Carlos Fernández Alvarez
Senior Coal Analyst
International Energy Agency

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Sistema Elettrico Italiano: proposte per la pianificazione energetica

Atti del Convegno 2017

Andrea Bellocchio
Direttore Power Plants Operations
EP Produzione SpA

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Sistema elettrico italiano: strategie per la competitività e lo sviluppo sostenibile

Claudio Machetti
Direttore Global Trading Business Line
Enel Spa

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Sistema elettrico italiano: strategie per la competitività e lo sviluppo sostenibile

Atti del Convegno 2015

Fabrizio Fabbri
Amministratore Delegato
Alstom Power Italia Spa

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BP Energy Outlook 2035

BP published the 2015 edition of the "Energy Outlook"

The report provides projections for the global energy market through to 2035: forward-looking statements, particularly those regarding global economic growth, population growth, energy consumption, policy support for renewable energies and sources of energy supply.

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McCloskey Ihs Energy South Africa Exports Conference

Mediterranean Coal Demand

Presentazione del Vicepresidente Giorgio Ruscito in occasione dell’Energy South African Coal Exports Conference 2015

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Settima edizione del World Energy Issues Monitor

Studio di punta del World Energy Council

Un documento che fornisce un quadro sintetico della visione e percezione delle principali problematiche con cui il settore energetico si deve confrontare e approfondimenti su base nazionale volti ad analizzare il livello d’impatto e di incertezza delle problematiche energetiche di maggiore attualità

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What It Would Really Take to Reverse Climate Change

Today’s renewable energy technologies won’t save us. So what will?

L’esperimento di Google: cercare di combattere il cambiamento climatico esclusivamente con le attuali tecnologie rinnovabili semplicemente non funziona.
C’è necessità di un approccio completamente diverso

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European Coal Markets Summit

Active Communications Europe Ltd (ACI) 9-10/04/2014, Rome Italy

Presentazione del Vicepresidente Giorgio Ruscito

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Steam Coal Market in the Mediterranean and Turkey’s wider role

Argus Turkish Solid Fuels 2014 - Istanbul, 2-3/04/2014

Presentazione del Vicepresidente Giorgio Ruscito

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CO2 Life cycle analysis

Lo studio elaborato dal Prof. Frank Clemente, Penn State University, sulle emissioni dei vari combustibili nelle diverse fasi del ciclo di vita:  le emissioni provenienti dallo shale gas sono davvero inferiori di quelle del carbone?

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Mediterranean steam coal: current situation and perspectives

Presentazione del Vicepresidente Giorgio Ruscito in occasione del Meditarranean Coal Market - 16, 17 settembre Istanbul

Mediterranean global picture; major countries developments; coal consuptions drivers; mid-term prospects for coal.

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Perspectives of Coal import into S.Europe

Business Forum Conference «Russian Coal in European Markets»

Giorgio Ruscito - Vicepresidente Assocarboni

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Coal and economic growth in Italy

The use of coal for electricity generation is growing faster than any other energy source, because is the fuel of choice for electrification in developing countries and will continue to be needed for many decades to come. Currently, coal meets over one quarter of world energy demand (27%), second only to crude oil (33%). The EU consumes around 720 million tons of coal each year, 11% of the world total of 6800 million tons. China is the largest consumer (3 100 million tons) followed by the USA (920 million tons). 28% of the EU electricity demand is met by coal, compared with 41% globally.

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Dear electricity bill: how much you cost

National Consumers Union & Assocarboni

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The Environmental and Health Impacts of Coal Thermoelectric Plants

Assessment of health effects of the air pollution associated with emissions from Coal Thermoelectric plants

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Greenhouse gases in the life cycle of fossil fuels: Critical points in the assessment of pre-combust

The report compares for the first time the pre-combustion emissions of gas and coal.

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GHG Life Cycle Analysis

Literature Review of Shale Gas/LNG

Le attuali metodologie di valutazione considerano soltanto le emissioni legate alla combustione, senza tenere in considerazione l’intero ciclo di vita dei combustibili; questo è il principale motivo per cui si considera il gas meno inquinante rispetto al carbone.

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Coal’s role in italian and international scenarios

According to estimates in the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) 2007 World Energy Outlook 2007 (IEA), worldwide demand for energy will grow from 11,4 billion TEP in 2005 to 17,7 billion TEP by 2030. Over that same time period, fossil fuels will continue to act as the world’s primary energy source, providing 84 percent of the total demand increase. Coal is expected to see the highest demand increase, growing by 73 percent. Worldwide, the use of coal for primary energy will grow from 25 percent to 28 percent, thanks to Chinese and Indian demand, which is 4 or 5 times higher than the current values and represents 45 percent of total world demand. Overall, coal use will grow from 2,9 billion TEP in 2005 to 5 billion TEP in 2030.

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Coal’s role in italian and international scenarios

According to estimates in the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) 2007 World Energy Outlook 2007, worldwide demand for energy will grow from 11.4 billion TEP in 2005 to 17.7 billion TEP by 2030. Over that same period, fossil fuels will continue to act as the world’s primary energy source, providing 84 percent of the total demand increase.

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