Wednesday 3rd April 2019 – at 5.00 p.m.
Legance – Avvocati Associati
Milan, Via Broletto 20
Methane gas is seen by the European Community as the main energy carrier for thermal and transport uses for the next 20 years. By 2020, the transport sector will already have to cover 10% of its needs from renewable sources.
The MISE decree of 2 March 2018 outlined the incentive scheme for biomethane and advanced biomethane.The decree also regulates the conditions for access to incentives of existing biogas plants that have been converted to biomethane production, for which certain interpretative issues arising from the stance taken by certain supervisory authorities are relevant today. The sector is attracting considerable interest from operators and investors, and the first project financing transactions are under way.
Diomidis Dorkofikis, Director, Foresight
Tommaso Cassata, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Asja Ambiente Italia SpA
Dario Bovo, Director, BioSai
Massimo Andreoni, Head of Management Consulting, Fichtner Italia S.r.l.
Monica Colombera, Senior Partner, Legance – Avvocati Associati