Applications for single authorization for storage systems: a guide on how to do it from MASE


Emma Potter

Renewable Energy Communities (CER): Strategies, Standards and Applications

This manual analyzes Renewable Energy Communities (CER) from every aspect: regulatory, technological, planning, organisational, economic and management, with the aim of offering the reader, in a single text, an exhaustive overview of the topic.The work addresses the strategic and regulatory part, but also offers the reader more strictly technical considerations with references to the regulations to be observed for the creation of a Renewable Energy Community. There are also the economic and financial aspects underlying the establishment of a CER and a broad review of case studies and best practices, which operationally translate the process for the creation of these entities. The authors also focused on analytically illustrating the various sources of renewable energy (photovoltaic, wind, biomass, etc.) and the specific technologies through which energy is produced for the benefit of a community. The work is aimed at all operators (private individuals, businesses, designers , legal and public sector operators) involved in the organization and implementation of a renewable energy community, from the smallest to the largest. Currently this publication is the only one in the national panorama capable of comprehensively illustrating the different and complex aspects of the CER, thanks to the collaboration in its drafting of multiple professionals, coordinated by Fabiana Cambiaso of ANTEL (the national association that brings together the technicians of local authorities), who actively contributed to the definition of the aims and contents of the work.Fabiana CambiasoArchitect and civil-environmental engineer, 2nd level Master in Sustainable Technologies for the Environment and in City and Territorial Management, he attended the Doctorate in Environmental Design specializing in energy issues and nature-based solutions. ANTEL National Councilor, member of the Procurement Commission of the Order of Engineers of Rome and Province, Official at the Public Works Department of Rome Capitale first, currently on the staff of the Councilor for Heritage and Housing Policies. She is the author of publications in Italy and abroad on environmental energy issues.