Italy ‘needs more RES subsidy reform’

Italian consumers are paying 30% more for energy than the EU average, with renewables subsidies one of the main culprits, according to government-backed research

by Silvia Giannelli
Renewable energy, onshore wind (Credit: Ian Brereton)
Renewable energy, onshore wind (Credit: Ian Brereton)

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