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SOS costs! The rising cost of energy in food production
26
May

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Thursday

SOS costs! The rising cost of energy in food production

14:00 - 15:15
DEL PESCE room

The post-pandemic restart led to an unexpected phenomenon: industrial inflation. Starting with energy, but cascading to other factors of production, such as oxygen, technical gasses in general, and plastics, the recurring costs of fish farming activities are growing. The same is happening in the other controlled environment food production sectors, from hydroponics to algae culture. In certain situations, these rising costs risk having a fatal impact on the economic and financial statement. The session focuses on possible remedies, from short-term ones (bonuses and cuts in the bill for energy-consuming industries) to more decisive ones, based on self-production from renewables, which can be favored by targeted regulatory and administrative reforms and interventions. A focus will be dedicated to the sources of subsidized financing already available and of those in the pipeline (Recovery Plan) that can be used for these purposes. 

Main topics

  • The impact of energy costs on food production: direct and indirect
  • Other costs: oxygen, technical gasses, plastics
  • Self-production and renewables: solar, hydro, biogas
  • Financial instruments and Recovery Plan

Moderator:
Elena Benedetti, Direttrice Editoriale, Rivista IL PESCE 

The energy transition of agri-food companies
Donato Rotundo, Environment and Energy Area Director, Confagricoltura

Floating Photovoltaics for Acquaculture- an efficient and innovative way to lower overall energy costs
Maarten Van Cleef, Italy Country Manager, Laketricity 

Efficient use of water and energy in aquaculture: EWEAS Project
Andrea Fabris, Director, API

Biogas production from aquaculture slurry and waste: limits and perspectives
Ciro Vasmara, Researcher, Biogas Biology Laboratory – CREA ISMEA’s financial instruments available to aquacultural and fisheries
Giorgio Venceslai, Executive Manager, Business Services Department – ISMEA

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