Gas future

Gas future

Towards aCO2-neutral Europe in 2050.

The European Union has a collective goal of achieving climate neutrality by 2050 and reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels.

European policies aim to mitigate climate change due to the huge quantities of greenhouse gases being released into the atmosphere. The main causes are human activities around the world, including the burning of fossil fuels for energy production, heating and transport. 

The way to achieve this is through the energy transition, i.e. moving from a fossil-based energy mix to a low-carbon or zero-carbon one that includes renewable sources.

The contribution of all of us

We believe in this evolution and are at the service of the energy future. The distribution network is ready for this important step: thanks to its capillarity throughout Italy and its digitalisation, we can store surplus electricity produced from renewable sources and distribute green gas such as biomethane and hydrogen. This means that we will bring you renewable energy sources that you can use responsibly for industrial, domestic or mobility purposes. 

We are all part of the change and must act to achieve the decarbonisation of our country and support the energy transition. We are here, are you?


Gas and the energy transition

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Find out what role gas plays towards a greener future in Italy and Europe.

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Green gas: biomethane and hydrogen

Lo sapevi che dagli scarti alimentari può derivare una fonte di energia sostenibile e pronta all’uso? O che nei prossimi anni potrai scaldare la tua casa con “idrogeno verde”?

The advantages of gas

Find out why using gas is economical, convenient and practical for you, your home and the planet.

Our vision of sustainability

By 2027 we will reduce ourCO2 emissions by 30%. This is one of the Group’s many commitments, find out all about our objectives and strategy.

 

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