• eLeMeNS constantly monitors the evolution – and its effects on market and companies – of the complex legislation and regulatory waves in the renewable energy sector at both National and European level, providing updates, in-depth analyses, specific studies, ad hoc legislation and “regulation impact assessments”.

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    • Regulatory impact evaluation
    • Change in the law analysis and risk assessment



    Review and scenario analysis on Italian RES – Decree 6th July 2012 

    Just few days after the publication of the Italian Ministerial Decree implementating Decree No. 28/2011, eLeMeNS – an independent Italian consulting firm focussing on Energy – issues a Study to support the in-depth comprehension of the decree that will radically change the mechanisms of promotion and dissemination of electricity generation from renewable sources in Italy. Aiming at providing accurate information and analysis to support operational as well as strategic decisions, the Study “Review and scenario analysis on Italian RES – Decree 6th July 2012” is a tool designed for top management, to define new routes to be shared with their shareholders and executed with their team.

    Starting from the identification of the background of the new decree, the current state and the perspectives on the possibility to achieve the 2020 objectives set by the NREAP, the Study identifies the key roots, principles and goals that the Government in setting the base of this reform.

    The main part of the study is focused on the incentive systems, of which the “DM 6th July” amends architecture and mode of delivery, and the requirements to participate in the new bidding mechanism: the main parameters of development and evaluation of the new projects, the rules governing registers and auctions (comprehensive section with some simulations), re-powerings and partial re-powering, regulatory relief for winners and alternatives for those excluded.

    In order to better understand the needs of organizational development, also new operation “emergencies” will be discussed: the need to sell own energy and the requirements for grid security. A quantitative appendix is finally devoted to individual renewable sources, where expected returns are estimated according to the sizes of reference as a useful guide to evaluate as a whole the investments portfolio.

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