Last November, Ministers Carlo Calenda (Economic Development) and Gian Luca Galletti (Environment and Protection of the Land and Sea) signed the decree on the new National Energy Strategy (SEN).

Sen expects 175 billion for sustainable growth, including 30 billion for gas and electricity networks and infrastructure, 35 for renewable sources and 110 for energy efficiency. The Strategy proposes a strong acceleration of the complete exit from coal in thermal power plants in 2025 and traces the path towards total decarbonisation, to achieve, compared to 1990, a reduction in emissions of 39% by 2030 and 63% to 63% to 2030. 2050.These are ambitious objectives, which involve the need to protect the environment, but also energy security, work and industry. It is essential that the country continues to develop and that citizens are guaranteed health, work and well-being, ensuring responses to the territory, employment resilience and protection from price volatility.So how do we manage the energy transition? What are the choices? What are the instances of individual stakeholders and how to accept and enhance them?The conference is intended to be an opportunity to encourage a confrontation between citizens, companies and institutions in a debate of central importance for the competitiveness of the Italian system (download the brochure).


  • Andrea Clavarino- PresidentAssocarbons
  • Davide Tabarelli – President Nomisma Energy
  • Howard Gatiss – Chief Executive OfficerCMC – Coal Marketing Company
  • Giacomo De Ferrari – Director Business DevelopmentSeaway S.a.m.
  • Claudio Machetti – Director Global Trading Business LineEnel SpA
  • Giuseppe Monteforte – Chief Executive OfficerA2A Energiefuture
  • Andrea Bellocchio – Director Power Plants Operations EP Production SpA
  • Angelo Scorza- Ship2Shore Director
  • Carlos Fernandez Alvarez – Senior AnalystIEA – International Energy Agency
  • Raffaele Chiulli– SAFE President
  • Carlo De Masi– President Adiconsum
  • Monica Tommasi– Earth Presidents