5 Maggio 2023

5 spunti per approfondire (18/2023)


La rubrica settimanale con i consigli di lettura di RivistaEnergia.it, dall’Europa e dal mondo. Forse non le notizie più eclatanti, ma proprio per questo interessanti da approfondire. Settimana 18/2023

“The European Union is considering a proposal to quit an international energy treaty that has become mired in climate change concerns, but leave an option for individual countries to stay in an updated version of the accord, a document showed. The 1998 Energy Charter Treaty lets energy companies sue governments over policies that damage their investments, a system initially designed to support investments in the sector.”

EU mulls partial exit from energy treaty over climate concerns
Articolo – Reuters

“Chile has moved to take state control of key lithium projects in an attempt to develop its vast resources of the key electric car battery metal after decades of two industry leaders dominating production. But mining executives and analysts believe the strategy unveiled last month will have the opposite effect, further eroding the attractiveness of the world’s second-largest lithium producer as an investment destination, to the benefit of Australia, Argentina and several African countries.”

Chile’s move to control lithium alarms industry
Articolo – Financial Times

“The current conflict is occurring after a decade-long recession which has gravely affected the living standards of Sudanese citizens as the state teetered on the brink of insolvency. Long gone are the heady days when Sudan emerged as one of Africa’s top oil producers, pumping close to 500,000 barrels per day by 2008. In the late 1990s, amidst a civil war, the military-Islamist regime announced that energy would help birth a new economy after it had succeeded in ethnically cleansing the areas where oil would be extracted. It struck partnerships with Chinese, Indian and Malaysian national oil companies to meet growing Asian demand with Sudanese crude.”

The Political Economy of the Conflict and Energy in Sudan
Articolo – Center on Global Energy Policy

“The Net‐Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario (NZE) involves transformation of the global energy system that is unparalleled in its speed and scope. Policies are rapidly introduced to reduce emissions from existing fossil fuel infrastructure and to scale up the deployed of clean energy technologies. This investment surge leads to a decline in energy-related emissions and demand for fossil fuels.”

Emissions from Oil and Gas Operations in Net Zero Transitions
Analisi – IEA

In the European energy transition, energy communities have gained an increasing amount of attention. To support widespread diffusion, academic and practice-oriented studies have called for a business model perspective on energy communities. This study presents a morphological analysis of 90 energy communities and pioneering companies that apply business model design options that can be adopted in energy communities. The sample was selected based on implementation examples focusing on community solutions, a multivector energy approach, or a combination of both.”

A typology of business models for energy communities: Current and emerging design options
Ricerca – Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

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