Italy's Integrated National and Energy Climate Plan
The plan establishes key objectives : 1) to accelerate the transition from traditional fuels to renewable sources by promoting the gradual phasing out of coal for electricity generation in favour of an electricity mix based on a growing share of renewables; 2) to implement policies and measures in order to reduce greenhouse gases (phase out of coal, higher CO2 price, acceleration of renewables and energy efficiency in manufacturing process level); 3) to use a mix of fiscal, economic, regulatory and policy instruments to ensure an energy efficiency; 4) to become less dependent on imports by increasing renewable sources and energy efficiency and to diversify sources of supply through the use of natural gas, including liquefied natural gas (LNG); 5) to ensure a greater degree of market integration and the development of processes, products and knowledge for the use of renewables, energy efficiency and network technology.
To increase the share of energy from RES in the gross final consumption of energy by 30 per cent.
To increase the share of energy from RES in the gross final consumption of energy in the transport sector by 22%.
To increase the share of energy from RES in the gross final consumption of energy for heating and cooling by +1.3% per year (indicative).
Reduction in GHG for all non-ETS sectors by 33%.