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Needs and Barriers of Prosumerism in the Energy Transition Era

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  • Ruggeri, Lucia . Editor
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    • Editorial: Dykinson
    • ISBN: 978-84-1377-381-0
    • ISBN electrónico: 978-84-1377-381-0
    • Páginas: 218
    • Plaza de edición: Madrid , España
    • Idiomas: Inglés
    • Fecha de la edición: 2021
    • Edición: 1ª ed.

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    The effective enforcement of energy transition is one of the keys to the successful fight to climate change. The interplay between the sustainable UN Agenda 2030 goals is a new interesting ground for the development of intersectorial and multidisciplinary studies. Thanks to University of Camerino which is focused on the contamination between different scientific areas and really engaged in strengthening international research, a group composed by more than forty researchers of ten different nationalities is studying the energy policies and the new phenomenon of energy prosumerism. This book is the first direct result of the research activities granted by University of Camerino under the Programme FAR 2019 in the ECPE Project ‘Enabling Consumer to become Prosumer in the Energy transition era’ (more details about the project ECPE are available at https://ecpe.unicam.it/). The object of this book is to collect and analyze the main barriers to self-consumption and prosumerism. Difficult as it is to discuss all obstacles in a single volume, the book focuses on selected barriers which impede the development of new types of fossil free energy production and consuption. The energy communities could play a central role in the implementation of the energy transition strategies, but legal, social, economic, political and cultural barriers can hinder their spread. To analyze the barriers and to find how to eliminate the obstacles to energy transition policies is pivotal to enhance research activities focused on the new EU Regulatory framework. Most in general it is crucial a multidisciplinary approach focused on the fight to climate change and the implementation of sustainable development. In this book are collected several articles which offer a different perspective on the energy transition barriers form different points of view and under different methodologies. The book is composed of four parties. The first one is dedicated to the analysis of the methodology and the results offered by questionnaires supplied online in two languages (Italian/English). The survey is the basis of the Working Paper which is the deliverable of the ECPE Work Programme n. 2 and which constitutes the ground for a discussion into the research group. The second part of the volume collects the contributions focused on the social and economic barriers to prosumerism, while the third one is dedicated to a description of failure cases of self consumption. Lesson learned by failure experiences in the world could favour a good implementation of the new EU Directive Renewable Energy Directive 2018/2001 ( RED II) and Directive on common, rules for the internal market for electricity 2019/944 ( IEM) in Italy an European Country which is strategic in the Energy policy of the Foreword 1 Mediterranean area. The last part of the book is composed of the visions and perspectives offered by Italian testimonials engaged as actors in the new energy market with different roles. I am grateful for the generous support given by the editorial staff composed by Gopi Battinemi, Roberto Garetto, Federico Pascucci, Giovanni Russo and Karina Zabrodina, precious collaborators and valid researchers. Thanks also to the Scientific Committee which honoured our work: Marine Cornelis, Francisco Lledó Yagüe and Luis E. Quintero. As editor I am sure you will appreciate the volume which would like to offer an insight on new issues and challenges offered by the energy transition era.


    Foreword / Lucia Ruggeri

    Part I. The ECPE Survey

    The ECPE Questionnaire on Energy Transition, Energy Communities, Prosumerism, and Renewable Energy Directive. Methodological Approach / Roberto Garetto

    The report related to knowledge and interest in the topics related to the project ‘Enabling  onsumer to become Prosumer in Energy Transition Era (ECPE) / Massimo Sabbieti and Fabrizio Quadrani

    Ecpe Questionnaire: The Results on a European Perspective / Ivan Allegranti

    Part II. Energy Market: Social and Economic Issues

    Adapting the Energy Change: Risks and Opportunities / Gopi Battineni

    The Future of Energy Based on Responsible, Civil Economics / Catia Eliana Gentilucci

    The Energy Market in Kazakhstan: The Current State and the Prospects / Meruyert Narenova

    Energy Consumption and Social Harm: How the Misuse of State Power Creates Inequality and Social Injustice / Baris Cayli Messina

    Overcoming Energy Poverty through Becoming a Prosumer? / Roberto Garetto

    Brief Considerations on the Criminal Aspects Connected to the Figure of the Prosumer, with Particular Regard to the Phenomenon of Energy Poverty and the Theft of Electricity / Antonella Merli

    Pathologies Related to Fuel Poverty / Giovanna Ricci, Giulio Mannocchi and Ascanio Sirignano

    Gig Economy’s Workers and Energy Poverty / Federico Pascucci

    Barriers and Opportunities of Cultural Heritage in Energy Transition / Mesut Dinler

    Energy Transition and E-Mobility: A Difficult Combination / Manuela Giobbi and Giovanni Russo

    Smart Cities and Renewable Energies: Beyond Traditional Boundaries / Claudia Papa

    Part III. Failure Cases of Self Consumption and Prosumering: Lessons Learned

    Legislative Policies and Jurisprudence on Climate Change: New Tools for Removing the Barriers to New Forms of Energy Consumption / Lucia Ruggeri

    Analysis of Energy Policies in the Context of Covid Crisis / Lidia- Lenuta Balan

    The Cooperative Model Can Clear the Hurdles to Prosumerism / Júlia Martins Rodrigues

    Tax Barriers to the Spread of Renewable Energy Sources: The Cadastral Income of Wind Farms between Legislative Resiliences and Application Resistances / Salvatore Antonello Parente

    Unlocking the Renewable Energy Potential of the Inner Areas in Wales and Italy: Challenges and Obstacles for Energy Communities / Silvia Montecchiari and Karina Zabrodina

    Regionalization of the Italian Legislation on Energy Communities: An Obstacle to Prosumerism / Giuseppina Vella

    Japan’s Renewable Energy Law at a Turning Point / Junichiro Kusumoto

    Prospects of Transactive Energy in Colombia in Light of an Innovative Project / Riccardo Perona and Joe Caballero Hernández

    Transition to Renewable Sources of Energy: Identifying Legal Barriers to Mass Prosuming Consumption in Spain.  Early Approach, Challenges and Perspective / Aura Esther Vilalta

    Part IV. Testimonials

    Energy Communities of Prosumer as a Solution to Overcome Financial Barriers to Energy Poverty Providing Financial and Non-financial Support / Marina Varvesi

    Discovering the Potential of Prosumerism Beyond Problems and Obstacles / Stefano Monticelli

    Community Energies: The New Frontier of the Policy on the Production of Energy / Maria Rosa Conti

    The Protection of the Energy Consumer: A Difficult Path / Mariastella Diociaiuti

    Valoración del público

    • March 2021. Roma (ITALIA)


      Paolo Onorati


      Attualmente troppe barriere legali, sociali, economiche, politiche e culturali stanno ostacolando la diffusione di strategie volte ad una nuova transizione energetica: non a caso l'Italia, per risolvere tali problematiche, ha recentemente istituito il Ministero della Transizione Ecologica. Ritengo che questo testo, munito alla fine di preziose ed interessanti testimonianze, "illumini" come eliminare gli ostacoli alle politiche di transizione energetica al fine di potenziare le attività di ricerca incentrate sul nuovo quadro normativo dell'UE e dando vigoroso impulso al fenomeno del prosumerismo energetico.

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