September 25, 2022

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High bills pay the government

A simple form that can be downloaded online from the GSE website, the Director of Energy Services, or from the Ministry of Economic Development website. It is sent twice to the same manager: at the beginning of the work and at the end. Then nothing more. No projects, no ads, no licenses. to install Solar Panels On the roofs of buildings, but also on canopies, on factory sheds, it would be simple. Actually, very simple. at decree “energy”The law, which also contains a €8 billion reduction in electricity bills, the government has introduced a series of rules for the payment of “self-production”. In particular from photovoltaic cells. In short, from the sun. The decree states that the installation of a solar system will be “equal” to the performance of “normal maintenance”. In practice, laying a board on the roof or on the balcony will have the same rules as when painting a wall inside the house. “The installation, in any form, of solar photovoltaic and thermal energy systems in buildings or on above-ground structures and artifacts other than buildings,” explains the explanatory report accompanying the government decision, “is not subject to permits, permits or administrative approval procedures, whatever they may be called.”

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There will be exceptions, though. Solar panels cannot be installed freely everywhere. Restrictions remain on “restricted” assets, those under the Cultural Assets Act and which, therefore, are subject to landscape licenses. Estates and areas declared to be of significant public interest referred to in Article 136, paragraph 1, letter B and letter C of the Cultural Heritage and Landscaping Act are an exception, the report accompanying the ruling explains. They are villas, gardens and parks of uncommon beauty, complexes of immovable objects that form a distinctive appearance of aesthetic and traditional value, including historical centers and nuclei. The latter is an important step, as it extends the boundaries of the “free board” to the historical centers subject to restrictions. The building in Rome, for example, is entirely within the UNESCO precinct. Therefore, even buildings without specific restrictions are obliged to respect the longer and more complex procedures with relative licenses. Another aspect of simplification is that it will not only be limited to small plants, up to 50 kW, but also those with larger dimensions, up to 200 kW.

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The rule, as the decree’s report explains, extends the application of the “Simplified Single Model” tool for building, connecting and commissioning small rooftop PV systems to systems with power greater than 50 kW and up to 200 kW.
Next comes a push to reduce the impact of bills also on photovoltaics in agriculture. Access to incentives has been extended to “agri-voltaic” plants that adopt innovative integrative solutions by assembling units emanating from the ground, and also by providing rotation of the units themselves, so as not to impair the continuity of agricultural and agro-pastoral activities, and also allows the application of digital and precision farming tools. The granting of incentives is subject to “the simultaneous implementation of monitoring systems that allow verification of the impact on crops, water supply, agricultural productivity of various types of crops and the continuity of the activities of the respective farms”.

His Confagricoltura provide lights and shades. While the association, the association says, appreciates the simplification and development of renewable energy sources, the measure does not effectively interfere with offsetting the exorbitant bills of agricultural companies. The organization states that the decree provides for the simplification of plants between 50 kW and 200 kW and on the licensing process for renewable plants in appropriate areas, as well as readmission into the incentive system for other types of solar PV plants located on the ground in agricultural areas that respect certain conditions, in particular not to occupy More than 10% of the agricultural farm area.