Gava (MoE): “Biomethane is Italian excellence”

Undersecretary: “We are discussing with the MoED and Ministry of Agriculture the incentives post 2021”

“We strongly believe in the potential of biomethane that can really be a deposit of clean and sustainable energy across the country.” Undersecretary for the Environment, Vannia Gava (Lega), expressed this opinion pointing out to the advantages of “Italian excellence able to give a positive response both to the energy supply needs and environmental protection.”
“I am well aware of the issues relating to the agricultural biogas plants as I had the opportunity to listen to the requests of the agricultural sector,” says Undersecretary in a message, “I was explained the needs of envisaging a course of plants conversion coupled with new incentives, in view of the end of the fiscal regime (planned for 2021) that supports biogas production.”
A strategy “that I have embraced and shared,” stressed Gava, stating that “we are discussing with the Ministry of Economic Development and that of Agriculture and we have already reached out to technical bodies, including the biofuels committee, to find out a possible way to make this course possible.”

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08 February 2019 - 11:37 CET