Behind the protest of Italian tractors, there is also “no to photovoltaics occupying the countryside”

Behind the protest of Italian tractors, there is also “no to photovoltaics occupying the countryside”

However, not everyone knows that sometimes it is the farmers themselves who probe the possibility of installing a plant on their land and that it is possible to reconcile energy production with silvopastoral activities.

GIS – Gruppo Impianti Solari has been on this path for some time, and yet, its clean energy projects are often blocked with obvious slowdowns on the energy transition. And so, a plant that was supposed to be in production as early as 2022 still does not exist.

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Eos Im sells two photovoltaic plants in southern Italy to Danish group Obton

Eos Im sells two photovoltaic plants in southern Italy to Danish group Obton

Eos Investment Management, a leader in investments in energy transition and sustainable energy through infrastructure and private equity funds, has announced the sale to Obton, a Danish group specializing in investments in sustainable technologies, of an additional 2 photovoltaic plants in Italy, with a total capacity of 12 MW.

The assets, in operation since 2012 and held in the portfolio of Eos Energy Fund I, the first infrastructure fund launched by Eos Im, are capable of generating more than 16 GWh per year and meeting the annual energy needs of about 6,500 households, resulting in savings, compared to energy produced from fossil fuels, of more than 10 thousand tons of CO₂. This divestment is in addition to the one already made in November 2020, for a total of 30 MW of solar plants divested by Eos Im to the Danish group.

Consilium is happy to support Eos in media relations activities, aimed at enhancing the Group’s reputation and outreach in the national media landscape.

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Consilium to European quality food in Madrid

Consilium to European quality food in Madrid

Yesterday we were in Madrid for the first event in 2024 of the EEQF project – Enjoy European Quality Food.


A three-year project, co-funded by the European Union, which aimed to promote some certified quality Italian food products through activities and events that took place in Italy, Spain, Germany and Poland.


Yesterday’s conference was held at the Ateneo de Madrid with speeches by Giovanni Guarnieri, President of the Consortium for the Protection of Provolone Valpadana, Paolo Casagrande, 3 Michelin star chef, Rogelio Enriquez, President of the Madrid Academy of Gastronomy, and Juan José Burgos, President of Slow Food Madrid.

Billoo, through his Observatory, is on Il Sole 24 Ore.

Billoo, through his Observatory, is on Il Sole 24 Ore.

Commenting on the ARERA directive, experts from the app-founded by Giovanni Baroni and now becoming an energy advisor to Italians-are able to say that for now the major energy operators have not introduced any early withdrawal penalties on electricity, adding that “it is not certain that it will not happen in the future.”

Mark your 2024 agenda: weekend in Zurich!

Mark your 2024 agenda: weekend in Zurich!

Giovanni Mariotti, who traveled with us at Consilium a few weeks ago to the liveliest of Swiss cities, offers a wonderful three-day itinerary to discover Zurich’s “goodies.” On January’s Bell’Europa!

“Zurich is among the top places in the world for quality of life. Thanks in part to the rich offer of neighborhoods, monuments and museums. As well as locally-related stores and restaurants. All in a well-kept natural and urban landscape.”

Drugs and addiction, the way out of the tunnel. Informing to prevent

Drugs and addiction, the way out of the tunnel. Informing to prevent

An event by the Senza Veli sulla lingua Association

An event dedicated to drugs and getting out of addiction was held yesterday Monday, January 15, 2024, at Palazzo Lombardia in Milan. A meeting part of the “No more Silence” Project dedicated to schools, by SVSL (Senza Veli sulla Lingua), an association that fights for gender equality, against violence against women, which also promotes the development of greater awareness of primary and secondary school students, in collaboration with the Lombardy Region. To do this, the association organizes, throughout the country, meetings with testimonies from people who have lived through difficult experiences themselves, for the formation of culture and knowledge.

Each event, included within the Project, aims to analyze the psychological, legal and sociological side of the subject matter, touching on points of extreme topicality. In the meeting, faced with the drama of the percentages related to young students who use drugs, there were questions about the causes, consequences, including criminal ones, and hypotheses of paths of “exit from the tunnel.”

Speakers present at the event

Among the guests were Sonia Bedeschi. Speakers included Ebla Ahmed, national president of the Senza Veli sulla Lingua Association; Giorgia Benusiglio, author of the book “Vuoi trasgredire? Non Fart I,” who firsthand entered the abyss of addiction and after risking her own life decided to dedicate it to raising awareness on the issue; Silvia Bassi, a psychologist who is an expert in criminology and clinical and forensic psychodiagnostics; and Giuseppe Lanfranco, legal counselor, who detailed the legal consequences to which one incurs in using or being found in possession of drugs.