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Energy conservation

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Energy conservation

  1. 1. ENERGY CONSERVATION
  2. 2. WHAT’S ENERGY CONSERVATION? ENERGY CONSERVATION means reducing the consumption of energy necessary for our needs and our activites. Alternative and renewable sources (the sun, the wind, the sea and the heat of the earth) thanks to modern technology are now available and they are an endless source for future generations. If everyone of us starts to produce energy with his own plant he’ll be able to save money.
  3. 3. HEATING • Development of district heating; •More control on heat; • add biogas in the net of distribution of natural gas; COOLING • increase the use of renewable sources: in particular in building construction
  4. 4. CONSUMPTION OF FUEL IN TRANSPORT The energy needed for transport in Italy is now about 30% of the total amount of the primary sources of energy. In August 2010 the oil consumption has decreased of 3.2% in relation to August 2005 and the total consumption has been 6.5 tons crude oil. • You should use your car as little as possible and share it with other people who have the same destination.
  5. 5. ELECTRIC POWER To obtain an adequate level it is necessary: • an acceleration the developing times; • a developmet od the systems of distribution network; • an iprovement of the distribution network. “intelligence network”
  6. 6. REDUCING THE WASTE Is the most important way of conserving energy, but we can also: • turn off the light; • turn off the electronic appliances; • defrost the fridge; • turn down the redietors if it’s too hot without opening the windows; • reduce draught from door and window frames.
  7. 7. Final gross consumption of energy and objectives for renewable energy. This is the situation in 2008 and the objetives to achieve in 2020:
  8. 8. 2008 CONSUMPTION by FER FINAL GROSS CONSUMPTION FER/ CONSUMPTION 5,040 Mtep 30,399 Mtep 16,58% 3,238 Mtep 58,534 Mtep 5,53% 0,723 Mtep 42,619 Mtep 1,70% - - - ELECTRICITY HEAT TRANSPORTS TRANSFERS BY OTHER STATES
  9. 9. 2020 CONSUMPTION by FER FINALS GROSS CONSUMPTION FER/ CONSUMPTION 9,112 Mtep 31,448 Mtep 28,97% 9,520 Mtep 60,135 Mtep 15,83% 2,530 Mtep 39,630 Mtep 6,38% 1,144 Mtep - - ELECTRICITY HEAT TRANSPORTS TRANSFERS BY OTHER STATES
  10. 10. “A SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IS WHAT ALLOWS THE PRESENT GENERATION IT SATISFY THEIR NEEDS …
  11. 11. … WITHOUT PREVENTING FUTURE GENERATIONS FROM SATISFY THEIRS”.
  12. 12. EDITED by BRACCO LUCREZIA & GARELLI NEVA

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