From 2022, also due to the international situation and the contingent crisis, in the coming years Italy will have to install approximately 30 GW of electricity generation plants from renewable sources, mainly solar and wind, to pass from the current 22GW in operation to those expected at the end of the decade. This is based on government estimates and simplification and regulatory support actions.

According to the estimates of some operators in the sector, there is also talk of reaching 72GW in the same time frame.

Renewables are destined to play a key role in the country's energy transition plan and at the same time in the fight against climate change.

The PNNR dedicates almost 60 billions of euros for the country's energy transition and the Italian national grid operator, Terna, plans to invest 18,1 billions of euros to improve transmission links and connection points. Signs that indicate that Italy appears to be heading towards once again strengthening its growth in the solar sector.

It is worth emphasizing that solar energy is a renewable energy, and therefore is not subject to exhaustion. As such it is considered an alternative to the fossil ones, like oil or coal, and because it is a type of clean energy that does not release polluting substances into the atmosphere, and because the method by which electricity is obtained is sustainable, does not deplete the primary energy source e, then, it will also allow future generations to benefit from it.

In fact, building a photovoltaic system has many positive and significant aspects.

On the one hand, these are advantages that fall on society, since it is a green energy production system and contributing to the reduction of pollution.

On the other hand, there are advantages that directly and individually affect all those who choose to install photovoltaic panels to obtain electricity to be used for their own needs.

In addition, it must be considered that, in the last few years, quality and performance of the main components of photovoltaic systems have increased while prices have decreased.

In this context, supported by a panel of selected and qualified investors, Bizando is looking for suitable land for the development of photovoltaic projects.