The Italian Prime Minister has given the green light to the TAP, but the government seems more divided than ever and uncapable of establishing ad following a common energy strategy.
This month the IPCC released a special report about Global Warming of 1.5 °C and its very likely consequences. Approved in Incheon, Republic of Korea on Saturday October 6th 2018, it is going to be a key scientific input for the next Climate Change Conference, which is going to happen in Katowice in Poland in December. But this is also a kind advice to all Governments, industries and organisations all over the world about the urgency and importance to take action now.
The World Energy Week 2018 focused on the challenges of the energy transition, between perceived risks and the opportunities of digitalization