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Photoelectric stone from other mountains 02 "do not let green from the savior of environmental protection into a disaster in the countryside!" Italian civic groups stand up and legislate lawsuits to prevent overdevelopment.

Published: 2024-05-18 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/05/18, Photoelectric stone from other mountains 02 "do not let green from the savior of environmental protection into a disaster in the countryside!" Italian civic groups stand up and legislate lawsuits to prevent overdevelopment.

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Green can rise with the attitude of environmental protection, just like the savior of saving climate change and fighting pollution, but without reasonable planning, it will become a killer to plunder the countryside and rural areas. In order to prevent chaos, Antonio De Giorgi, a former energy director and environmental campaigner in the Italian province of Priya, took a careful inventory 20 years ago and put forward a renewable energy plan.

But the perfect plan is not as good as realistic changes, much less political pressure and business interests. His plan has been shelved because of opposition from politicians, optoelectronics manufacturers have opened their hands and firepower, and solar panels have swept across the plains of Priya. The problem that green can threaten the Italian countryside, even the Taiwan government noticed a decade ago, but did not learn the lesson, but let a similar scene take place in Taiwan.

Panels gobble up fertile land and renewable energy soars, but coal-fired power plants are slow to exit.

Priya has become the largest power generation region in the country, with few crime scenes, but most of them are large-scale equipment, and the power generation has once reached 40% of the country's solar energy. Priya has become Italy's renewable energy generator, sending more than half of its power to the north. However, solar power generation is skyrocketing, coal-fired, natural gas and other fossil fuel power plants are leaving the field at a pace like a bull's step, using renewable energy to combat global warming and environmental pollution has become the slogan of optoelectronic expansion.

Most of Priya's solar panels are laid on a large scale (Photography / Zheng Jieyi)

Loud green energy slogans masked skepticism, and solar panels conquered farmland. Since 2005, the Italian government has introduced renewable energy regulations one after another, and after the solar panel subsidy case was announced in 2007, the price of farmland in Priya has increased sixfold in just two years.

Italy ranked second in the world in solar power generation in 2013, after Germany. The European Union has set that the proportion of renewable energy in total electricity generation must reach 20% by 2020. Priya region reached the target as early as 2012, but photovoltaic and wind power continue to expand.

Nicchi Vendola, the governor of Priya, an environmental movement that supports green energy, also opposed it in 2014, saying: "this model cannot be called sustainable development." Call on the central government to enact national laws and regulations to regulate the runaway renewable energy.

 
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