According to ANEV, the Ministry for Ecological Transition is just the beginning, urgent measures and full powers are needed on the issues of the Green Economy.
Ministry for Ecological Transition necessary, but not sufficient. This is the thought expressed by ANEV, National Association of Wind Energy, according to which the unification of issues such as energy, environment and climate was a step that cannot be postponed anymore.
Al Draghi government ANEV however asks for a further push in this direction. The establishment of the Ministry for Ecological Transition must be accompanied by the granting of full powers for the matters envisaged. Climate changes e PNRR (National Recovery and Resilience Plan) are extremely topical issues, which may not allow the Executive the time usually necessary for the activation of a new dicastery.
Wishing the new Minister Roberto Cingolani a good job, ANEV also stressed the need to support sectors such as wind power and more generally renewable sources. The fight against climate change and the decarbonisation of Italy will necessarily have to pass, the association argued, through urgent simplification measures. As he stated Simone Togni, ANEV President:
Very well the choice of the Ministry for Ecological Transition, we have been asking for it for years amid the skepticism of many, but now we must give the new Minister Cingolani all the powers to carry out this impressive and urgent work.
It will not be easy and to win this challenge he will have to avoid thinking with the schemes that up to now have made us fail on this issue. The wind sector and in general that of Renewable Sources need urgent and profound simplification in order to achieve the objectives necessary to combat climate change and decarbonise our country.
Source: GreenStyle by www.greenstyle.it.
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