ROME, 27 JAN – Only clean energy to fuel consumption throughout Sardinia, a project that could be exported all over the world and among the seven that have been approved globally among the United Nations Multi-Stakeholders Energy Compact, that is voluntary commitments to ensure energy for all. The “Green electrification of Sardinia” project, promoted by Enel and Roma Tre University, aims at decarbonising the island and alongside the “development of renewable energy that contributes to the energy transition and the spread of the electrification of consumption, today includes economic convenience for Sardinians ”, explained Enel Italia director Nicola Lanzetta, attending the presentation together with, among others, the mayor of Cagliari Paolo Truzzu. Noting that Sardinia can become “best in class, like the Balearics and Hawaii that have already undertaken this transition”, Lanzetta specified that the project is “a very applicable solution” on the island “there are sun and wind, it does not cost, it is a opportunities for Sardinians, with advantages for consumers, local entrepreneurship, labor, there is no single reason to say that it will not be a success “and” 80% of the Sardinians whose opinion we have heard are convinced that this is the right direction “. A result, added Lanzetta, “that we can achieve by building a strategic alliance between public, private, academia, associations and citizens”. The Mediterranean area “is a hotspot of climate change – explained Nigel Tapper, lead author of the IPCC – and this project is a unique opportunity for Sardinia to be an example for the world of how to reduce emissions to face change climate “, while improving” the quality of life while respecting the territory “. The mayor of Cagliari indicated that the “winning strategy is to have a very pragmatic approach to offer fellow citizens a better quality of life” and the administration is committed, among other things, to “developing a more sustainable local public transport, also with green buses by 2030, and to make better use of the resources we have for the energy efficiency of public buildings and in sharing and transferring energy to the community “. (HANDLE).