Italy's National Energy and Climate Plan
The Italian Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (INECP) 2030 marks the beginning of an important change in Italy's energy and environmental policy towards decarbonization. It revolves around 5 lines of action to be developed in an integrated way: decarbonization, energy efficiency, energy security, the development of the internal energy market, research, innovation and competitiveness. The goal is to create a new energy policy that ensures full environmental, social and economic sustainability of the national territory while supporting this transition.
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Ministry of Economic Development
Ministry for Ecological Transition
Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility
01 Dec 2018
Draft to European Commission
The draft of the NECP was sent to the European Commission, prepared on the basis of technical analyses and evolutionary scenarios of the energy sector, carried out with the contribution of the main public bodies operating on energy and environmental issues (GSE, RSE, Enea, Ispra, Politecnico di Milano).
01 Jan 2019
Public consultation and Environmental Strategic Assessment
An extensive public consultation was carried out, together with the Strategic Environmental Assessment of the Plan.
01 Jun 2019
Evaluation by the European Commission
The European Commission formulates its own assessments and recommendations on the Plan proposals presented by EU Member States, including Italy, which was evaluated positively overall.
01 Nov 2019
Illustration of Plan to the Productive Activities Commission
Minister Patuanelli, the Minister of Economic Development during the XVIII Italian legislature, illustrated the general lines of the Plan to the Productive Activities Commission of the Chamber of Deputies.
01 Dec 2019
Approval of the Plan
The Plan was the subject of fruitful discussions with the Regions and Associations of Local Authorities, which, on 18 December 2019, finally endorsed the NECP following the implementation of various amendments.
01 Jan 2020
Publication of the final text of the Italian Energy and Climate Plan
The final text of the Italian National Energy and Climate Plan was published.
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