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Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
Italian Presentation About Energy
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Italian Presentation About Energy

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  • 1. COMENIUS PROJECT
  • 2. Demand of energy in Italy.
  • 3. Small part : Big part: polluted sustainable sources sources Italian electricity request: 340 TWh
  • 4. Total energy 75% combustion of fossils fuel 253.6 TWh
  • 5. 11% :Hydro energy 38.6 TWh
  • 6. 2%: Geothermal energy 5.2 TWh
  • 7. 1% Wind & Photovoltaics 4.2 TWh
  • 8. Imported energy: 11% 38.4 TWh
  • 9. AGRICOLTURE INDUSTRY TRANSPORT HOUSEHOLD Italian energy uses
  • 10. Agricolture 2%
  • 11. industry. 49%
  • 12. Household energy 21%
  • 13. Tertiary sector 28%
  • 14. A graphic that make us hope to a clean future.
  • 15. Evolution of energy needs to 2030 in Italy. Investment required to meet the needs from 2030 The contribution of the thermoelectric existing or under construction will decline from 2030 Renewable energy sources in view of their potential theoretical maximum development.

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