ZeroEmission Mediterranean 2023
Conference Programme

Under the Patronage of:

10 OCTOBER 2023



Will we be able to achieve the NECP objectives on renewable electricity?

The future of flying taxis

Monitoring as a strategic tool for successful energy efficiency interventions

Seasonal storage is key to countering the randomness of RENs

A zero-emission capacity market: is it feasible?

Renewable Energy Communities and decarbonisation

Home and community storage – technologies and products

Incentives and economic sustainability of CERs

Agrivoltaic, more than energy production

Photovoltaics implementation for sustaining the market grow in Italy

Photovoltaics in Italy: from users to producers. Support, research and industrial policy

11 OCTOBER 2023


Onshore wind or offshore wind?

Wind power in Europe and MENA Region

The Italian offshore wind services supply chain

Medium-long term prospects for wind energy

Technologies and projects for the carbon-neutralization of aviation

The opportunities of implementing the EPBD revision, Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

Redox Flow Batteries (RFB): PART I  – Panel I: market and industrial use cases for medium-long duration (max. 10h) battery storage

Panel II:basic principles and advantages

Redox Flow Batteries (RFB): PART II – Panel III: power unit components

Panel IV: design and modelling

CER, digital and microgrid, a necessary trio

The electrification of domestic energy users

The path to carbon neutrality: the corporate transparency market

Electric charging: rebalancing the territories

Materials recycling as a channel for European independence in the REN

The lithium campaign

New sources and the replacement of eMaterials

12 OCTOBER 2023


An integrated and digital energy system, from grids to investments: where are we at?

Redox Flow Batteries (RFB): PART III
Panel V: scale-up and manufacturing

Panel VI: sustainability and recycling

Panel VII: Research and new chemistries

Agricultural biogas in Italy: prospects with the end of the first generation of plants

The waste cycle and energy production: compared technologies

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