Emilia-Romagna Region and Lombardy Region new co-leads for ADMA

Emilia-Romagna Region and Lombardy Region new co-leads for ADMA

Eleonora Nadin 1 minute

The energy transition and a rapid shift towards a more distributed renewable energy production system call for urgent actions. Ukraine’s war and the related international crises caused a tremendous impact on the European energy supply chain and it makes more evident the weaknesses of our energy systems.  We urge to speed up the transition by making renewable energy technology more competitive, reliable, and interconnected with the energy transportation network as well as with final users. However concrete attempts and consistence solutions for an effective transition could be reached only thanks to an EU systemic and interregional partnership approach.

All these considerations pushed Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy Region to take on the responsibility to co-lead the ADMA pilot for 2022.

Considering all these aspects, ADMA partners will meet on the 9 of May in Santander in order to identify the new vision and the actions for ADMA. It will also be an important occasion to participate in the EU Brokerage Session Organised by DG MARE and the Atlantic Assistance Mechanism on the 10 of May. In addition the 9 May there will be also an interesting event on the EU perspective on the Sustainable Blue Economy and EU Maritime Energy Strategy
More information about the event is available here.