Cop-26 Follow-up: Italian Engineering and Consulting Exhibition at All Energy in Glasgow

Cop-26 Follow-up: Italian Engineering and Consulting Exhibition at All Energy in Glasgow

Will be the hero of Italian engineering and consultancy All Energy Expo & Conference in GlasgowIn Scotland, on the next 11 and 12 May, a performance at an Italian pavilion organized byICE Agency and here itOICEWith the support of Farnesina.

All Energy is the largest expo in Europe dedicated to new energy and decarbonisation, and in this 2022 edition it constitutes the first follow-up to COP-26, the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, which took place in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November. 2021, headed by the UK. The expo will be attended by 11 of the leading Italian engineering and consulting companies specializing in the renewable energy sector, who will have the opportunity to share information, develop contacts and establish partnerships with public and private stakeholders from around the world.

On May 11, the opening day of the Expo, organized by OICE and ICE, the conference “Supply Chain Decarbonization: Decarbonization Solutions for Transport Infrastructure – Italian Knowledge and Expertise” will see the participation of the participating companies. In two round tables dedicated to the application of de-carbon solutions for mobility and energy power plants. Led by Roberto Carpenetto, OICE’s Vice President of International Affairs, the event will be attended by Consul Fabio Monaco in Edinburgh and Giovanni Saatchi, Director of the ICE London Agency. Manlio di Stefano, the Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, joined respectively by Rome to Italy, who will bring the vision and update of the work done by Farnesina on the road to the world ecological transition and from Genoa. , Mayor Marco Bucci, who will talk about the Ligurian capital’s mobility model, between sustainability and innovation.

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The goal of climate neutrality (ie net zero emissions) by 2050 is the current goal of EU climate policy, but it may be a net of the latest international events and their consequences, which is largely insufficient to comply with the Paris Agreements. . Avoid climate disaster. Political will on the one hand and the energy system and economy on the other are the two tracks along which this epoch-making challenge moves, to which Italy, its engineering and technical consultant, will make a fundamental contribution.

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