An energy policy based almost solely on oil and natural gas forces Italian consumers to pay the dearest electricity bill in Europe. In fact, in our Country the great majority of power stations use these two types of fuel, which moreover, being imported from just a few unstable and unreliable Countries, imply the risk of supply interruptions or limitations and, what’s more, the gradual and inevitable depletion of global reserves. Aside from the nuclear fuel, that Italy refused, in the rest of the world power stations make large use of coal, much more convenient from the economic point of view, easy to find in over 100 Countries, and transportable without any environmental risk. If a tanker sinks, the environmental damage is immense, while with coal the risk is zero. Read all click.