Renewable energy: our war at home

There are discoveries you never want to make. The lack of an environmental energy plan in the Calabria region is one of them. Unfortunately. Driven by this malaise for the discovery mixed with a sense of curiosity born after reading the news of a proposal by eight councilors to establish a regional production area for renewable energy and energy efficiency in Croton focused on green hydrogen, I thought I would investigate the matter. To assess the effects of the lack of an energy plan, on the one hand, and the feasibility and feasibility of an energy production area in the absence of a regional instrument on the other. After doing some research on the internet, out of the many “stacked” virtual cards on my computer, I redeemed the Calabria Region Environmental Energy Plan. The energy plan was approved in 2005 by Regional Council Resolution No. 315 dated March 04, 2005. Not sure of the accuracy of my research, my field of work focused on any updates to the plan. I didn’t think it was possible, seventeen years later, that the current plan would be the 2005 plan. To my great surprise, after many “downloads” from the net, the only useful thing I found was Regional Council Resolution No. 218 of August 07, 2020 regarding “Provincial Energy Plan Update (PEAR). Start of Activities and Establishment of the Regional Technical Schedule.” Beyond the title, in my opinion, is incorrect, since usually the schedule is created first and then the activities begin, I went on in further research to understand whether this art schedule was created, if it was formed, and the activity finally started, what it produced , and if the results achieved. Technical table which, at least from my research, does not appear to have produced anything significant and appropriate. And then, instead of asking myself questions, it could have been too much, maybe too much, to paint a reflection. For some time, before the war in the heart of Europe, the Parliamentary Committee for the Security of the Republic was in her country A report on energy security in the ecological transition phase. He might talk about the need for it Italy had to implement the National Security Plan … with the aim of striving for an appropriate technological and productive independence for the country in the energy sector, strengthening national industry and research chains, in cooperation with European and Western partners, in light of Italy’s geopolitical position . A report stated that the senators and representatives of the Cobasir were full of recommendations because, from evidence of articulatory activity, they were conducting an asymmetric war on gas and power. An asymmetric war has, unfortunately, become a conventional war and requires all of us to change its pace. and models. Judging from the fact that choices in a world of complexity should be instant. Without wasting time on excessive minute details in making decisions.

The war is in our house. The war in Europe. And “It is the gas war, old and new hydrocarbons from renewables and wind energy, and the message that is coming out loud and clear that the South is.” And in southern Calabria “If only for geographical reasons, it is not only a great opportunity for Italy’s economic growth but a gateway to Europe in the Mediterranean and to the continent of the future. (Africa) .
So the south and Calabria At the heart of the new European business order and global geopolitics
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And then, having gained this new awareness of the situation, what can we do? And what should we do? We certainly cannot and should not be unprepared. The South and Calabria cannot and should not be unprepared.
For these reasons, President Okchioto must update and update the regional environmental energy plan by immediately compiling the technical schedule and requesting assistance and support.Ines, the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, which has already prepared the current energy plan for 2005. For the same reasons, the institutions of Crotone County, starting with the county chief and the chief city mayor, must take action not only to participate in and contribute to the formulation of the regional energy plan but must To include that in that plan there is a proposal, from this point of view, intuition of the members of the eight municipal councils of Crotone, for the creation of the Calabrian region of production of renewable energy and energy efficiency to be realized in the city of Pythagoras, to be identified as the energy center of Calabria. I think that this, more than a narrow-minded claim, could be more than a legitimate recognition of a city, on the thread of history and tradition that led it to be the first industrial production area in Calabria, one of the first in the whole of Mezzogiorno, wanting to be The protagonist of his future novel once again.
Just as President Okyoto must again, in this case too without wasting time, relaunch and re-launch the cultivation world of Calabria. A world to be liberated from sterile aid, from rainy supplies and from special interests which have neither brought, nor achieved, any result to Calabria except the guarantee of privileges enhanced by time.

This reconsideration of the agricultural world in the realization that the ongoing war in addition to being “Energy war is also grain and wheat war ”, the base and chain of our agro-food chain, which is why President Okyoto was called in to build a new and innovative regional agricultural scheme (food, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture), with the creation of the Sibari Plain in Calabria the production area for high-quality agro-foods. Identifying Piana di Sibari as an agricultural center in Calabria An agricultural scheme, to support the young farmers of Calabria for whom considerable public support must be ensured with times and tools that respect the needs of an agricultural company that wants to stay in the market.The “Youth Pack”, in the words of Vito Titi, focused on the rest, such as “The right to stay to build another sense of place and self” . An integrated model of rural development policy, starting from the use of abandoned agricultural lands, as well as to avoid population migration and impoverishment of internal countries and to mitigate the effects of the ongoing climate change, especially the dangerous phenomena of our internal regions. Without neglecting that this concern for the agricultural world should lead to zero consumption of agricultural and natural areas. Areas that are often deformed or deserted, and become forbidden desolates, are in reality semi-urban voids and beyond, where nature is suppressed and one awaits an often urban transformation that will never come.

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