January 15th, 2018GSE INSPECTION 2.0. A new workshop organized by REA in the light of the news introduced by the Legge di Bilancio 2018REA insights
The first workshop organized on the news introduced by the Legge di Bilancio 2018, approved last December and intervening in the theme of the growing GSE inspections and in the sanctioning powers of GSE, is going to be held by REA inside the Event Space of Swiss Chamber in Milan.
The event takes place under the auspices of Elettricità Futura, and provides special conditions for the members of the Association with a 50% discount (60€ + VAT instead of 120 €) reserved to the energy producers by solar source.
After the great success of the previous editions, the workshop “GSE inspection 2.0” enriches with a round table with prestigious administrative legal firms in Italy in the energy field: Prof. Carlo Malinconico, Andrea Sticchi Damiani, Germana Cassar to discuss the scenarios and the implementing issues related to the new inspections’ regulation, between the voluntary disclosure and the expected rating of violations.
Together with the speech of Prof. Mastropieri, REA’s CEO, about the impact that GSE’s controls are leading to the brownfield market, and the address of Eng. Paulangelo about the main technical-administrative contested violations and anomalies occurring during the inspections, there will be a speech held by the Certification Institute KIWA Cermet about the incompliances in PV modules’ certificates.
Please, find attached the full program and regulation.
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November 23rd, 2017Workshop on “Spalma incentivi” and the protection of investments in the framework of the ECTREA insightsNext Thursday 30th Elettricità Futura organizes a workshop aiming to provide an overview of the international arbitration procedures suitable for the Italian Spalma-Incentivi case, focusing on arbitration jurisprudence and on the importance of a damage assessment. REA will participate the workshop with a speech on key marked-related assumptions on Italian PV asset valuation.The workshop will be held in Elettricità Futura offices (via Pergolesi 27, Milan), participation is reserved to foreign companies that invested in the Italian PV asset before the Smalma-Incentivi law.Find attached the program, to participate send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org
November 15th, 2017Water unbundling: ready, go! The online application by AEEGSI is availablemarket highlights
Last 6th of November AEEGSI communicated the official opening of the second phase of the Unbundling regulation for operators of the Italian water system. So it starts the 90 days’ countdown for the application of the unbundling rules for 2016 balance sheets and the upload of data on Authority’s web portal.
The last dowel, in time order, concerning water regulation was then incardinated. REA is also in the field of water unbundling advisory business, thanks to the trust already granted by 6 water companies. “Thank to the deep knowledge of tariff mechanisms and the familiarity with accounting separation’s reclassification principles – states Marialuisa Santella, Director of Water and Environment Area - we intend to reach the aim of assisting 20 water companies before the end of the first unbundling’s session”.
October 3rd, 2017REA becomes Banca Intesa listed advisordeals & projects
Thanks to its relevant track-record and recognized standing, REA has recently been accredited as listed advisor of Mediocredito Italiano, the commercial arms of Banca Intesa group, first Italian bank and one of the most solid in Europe. REA advisory practice now covers all major Italian banking institutions active on renewable energy financing, being able to support its clients in a more wide range of operations.
Following the hot market moment, in Q3 REA confirm its growth with ongoing advisory mandates for more than 200 MW (400 MIO€) under assessment.
May 16th, 2017REA participates at Intersolar in MunichREA insights
REA’s delegation will be present at Intersolar in Munich, the biggest European solar power exhibition. On the 1st of June REA’s professionals are hosted at Milk the Sun stand (hall A3 – stall 420) to discuss with visitors about available options to improve profitability of operating PV plants in Italy. Topics will range from refinancing to revamping as well as recent regulatory updates (super-ammortamento, selfconsumption, etc.).
To reserve a meeting (30 minutes each) and benefit a free entry ticket for the exhibition, please visit the following links:
April 28th, 2017“ACQUA ADRIATICA” workshop: Unbundling and AEEGSI controls in water sectorREA insightsOn the 25th of May, REA has organised a technical workshop on the new unbundling regulation (Del. 137/2016/R/COM) and AEEGSI controls. The aim is to present how to employ the unbundling model and to understand the specic provisions for 2016 balance sheet. Moreover, during the session focused on regulator’s controls activity, typical issues, documental requirements, past controls results and fines will be discussed.Workshop participation is free for Adriatic water companies and discounted for Utilitalia associates.For information and registration follow the link: http://www.readvisor.eu/acqua-adriatica
April 20th, 2017PV 2.0 – Post FIT Era: New Opportunities, New PlayersREA insights
On the 27th of April the IEA - International Energy Agency is organizing in Rome, in collaboration with GSE, the conference “PV 2.0 – Post FIT Era: New Opportunities, New Players”. The event is set in the middle of three days of meetings on Task 1 “Strategic PV Analysis & Outreach” and aims to identify ideas and strategies for potential developments in PV markets no more supported by tariffs and incentives.
Giuseppe Mastropieri, REA’s CEO, will participate on behalf of assoRinnovabili the final round table to discuss about the post FIT PV market. Click here for the program
April 5th, 2017Second workshop on new GSE PV revamping regulationREA insightsIn response to the great interest for the first edition of REA's workshop on the new GSE revamping regulation on PV plants, a full day of training on PV plants’ management has ben organised for the 11th of May. The day is divided in two separated workshops:- Workshop 1: “GSE controls and the new document for maintenance and revamping interventions on operating PV plants”. To be performed in the morning, it will be the second edition of the event already carried out in Milan the last 30th of March;- Workshop 2: “Italian WEEE regulation and case studies for PV plants”. To be performed in the afternoon, it will be a fresh new workshop with specific focus on PV panels’ end of life and, as speakers, specialists of the WEEE regulation.To participate, to one or both the seminars, follow the link: http://www.readvisor.eu/obiettivo-preservare-tariffa-conto-energiaFind attached the program of the two workshops.
March 21st, 2017REA’s workshop on new GSE PV revamping regulation is sold-out!REA insightsThe events promoted by REA aimed to analyze impacts of the new GSE regulation on “Maintenance and revamping interventions on operating PV plants” saw a great deal of interest by PV plant operators. The workshop, which was organized for maximum 80 participants, is already sold-out.Considering the level of overbooking, REA is planning to organize a second event.
February 27th, 2017New GSE regulation on maintenance standards and revamping criteria for operating PV plantsREA insights
GSE has recently published the awaited technical document on “Maintenance and revamping interventions on operating PV plants” (see file attached).
The new regulation defines the procedures to be employed in case of revamping intervention on PV plants, in order to comply with the objective requirements for tariffs access and maintenance (pursuant to Conto Energia decrees) as well as the prescriptions of the decree of 23 June 2016. The document covers the following topics:
- Reporting requirements to GSE in case of revamping interventions with significant effect in plant characteristics or configuration;
- The timing and list of documents to be sent to GSE for any intervention type.
Compared to the previous version of the document (published in august 2015 but pulled back soon after) the threshold on energy production increase (3%) it is no longer present in the text. Does persist the limit on “incentivized” power increase, fixed up to 1% for plants over 20 kW, with however no limitation on increase of non-incentivized power.
The new rules will certainly affect PV plants’ management efforts, raising up compliance standards in carrying out plant’s administrative and technical activities, requiring more rigorous and proactive approach in GSE relationship management.
In order to discuss the new regulation impacts on PV assets and the combed effect of GSE control activity, REA has organized an executive workshop that will take place in Milan next 30th of March. For registration and infos: email@example.com