Renewable energies, all new simplification in photovoltaics

Incentives to produce renewable energy: simplifications on photovoltaics for individuals, companies and individuals in the energy decree.

Simplified authorization procedure (PAS) for installation PVSimplification of certain types of enterprises in industrial zones, the national plan foragrovoltaic: is the main news of Re-launch of renewable energy sources included in Energy Decree (Del 17/2022 As amended by the conversion law.

The ruling contains measures to combat expensive energy but also important liberalizations to encourage renewable energy sources. Let’s see in particular what is expected in PV.

Simplified licensing procedure

L ‘Article 9 go to edit Article 6 dated 28/2011(Implementation of the European Directive on the Promotion of Energy from Renewable Sources) extended to Photovoltaic systems Networked high voltage The simplified procedure was previously envisaged only for medium voltage.

PAS procedure now allowed for PV plants up to 20 MW and connection works and related infrastructure, located in areas of industrial, production or commercial use, in closed and renovated landfills or landfills, in quarries or more quarries that are not subject to further exploitation, and which have the competent authority to release the license certificate of completion of environmental restoration activities and restore.

Simplified procedures also extended to new plants PV to be built in areas classified as suitable, from Power up to 10 MWfor plants agricultural voltages Which adopts innovative integrative solutions with the assembly of the units above the ground, which also saves the circulation of the units themselves, no more than three kilometers away from the areas of industrial, craft and commercial use.

Finally, PAS also for Floating PV systems with a capacity of up to 10 MWWithout prejudice to the provisions relating to environmental impact assessment and protection of water resources. Plants installed in ponds located within areas of significant public interest, protected natural areas and Natura 2000 network sites are an exception. A ministerial decree (environmental transformation, infrastructure, economics) is expected to issue criteria for the introduction and integration of plants from an environmental point of view.

Photovoltaic systems with ground modules

PV systems with ground units whose electrical power is less than 1 megawattin addition to the related works and infrastructures indispensable for the construction and operation of the same factories located in appropriate areas, which are not subject to protection and cultural and landscape regulations, shall be carried out by sworn declaration of commencement of works (there).

Renewable plants in industrial areas

This is the ruling inArticle 10 bisrelated to solar systems optical and thermal: Installation in industrial areas, even on specially constructed supporting structures, is envisaged as an exception to urban plans, up to area coverage 60% of the industrial area.

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Installation of photovoltaic systems on buildings

These are interventions that no longer require any permits and can therefore be realized in Free construction. Basically, installation Solar photovoltaic and thermal energy systems in buildingsare considered interventions normal maintenance It is not subject to obtaining permits, permits or administrative documents. The same applies (without permits) if the systems are based on above-ground structures and artifacts other than buildings (including those within ski areas), for the construction of functional works for connection to the electrical grid, and any upgrades or alterations. Areas or buildings of public interest are an exception (in this case, specific permissions are required to install systems).

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Agrovoltec

national plan for reversal of greenhouse plants in agricultural energy sites, which will be implemented by a decree issued by the Ministry of Environmental Transformation, with the aim of contrasting the environmental and landscape degradation caused by the gradual structural deterioration of the national greenhouse heritage and favoring its re-conversion for effective reuse. The plan will have to, among other things, structural renovation of greenhouse systems, preferring to convert them from consumer structures to ones Energy production and sharing, making the factories themselves producers of the energy needed to run them, and favoring investments in semi-transparent photovoltaic cells that are installed on the roofs of dual energy greenhouse systems and agricultural use, which encourages the development of low enthalpy geothermal power plants, which helps spread heating and cooling stations, Including district heating, biomass conversion, and biogas plants. Article 11 bis of the decree included all the details of the plan’s objectives and directions.

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