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New thinking

The decentralisation of energy systems continues. At the same time, energy suppliers in South Tyrol are also becoming energy service providers with a wide range of offers. These are the key themes arising from a study by the consulting firm Pöyry, to be discussed today at the Association’s general meeting at the Museion in Bozen, South Tyrol.

With its emphasis on pluralism, the South Tyrol Energy Association fosters diversity of opinion. At the Museion, the director of the department of regional development, environment and energy, Florian Zerzer; the South Tyrolean People’s Party deputy Albrecht Plangger; the chairman of SEL AG, Wolfram Sparber; the deputy chairman of Etschwerke AG, Siegfried Tutzer; the South Tyrol Energy Association’s Managing Director, Rudi Rienzner; the director of the regional environmental agency, Flavio Ruffini; and the representative of Pöyry Management Consulting Austria GmbH, Horst Dulle are discussing a “many-voiced”
consolidation of the energy sector in South Tyrol.

Co-operatives, municipal utilities and private operators annually produce some 1,000 gigawatt-hours of “clean” hydroelectric power for the South Tyrolean market. This “South Tyrolean energy” is already being delivered to 85,000 customers. The Association is right behind this enterprise pool and is equally committed to the energy supply of the future.
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