For Scaroni “cannot be ruled out“, For Starace” it is not realistic “, for Bombassei instead” it is the way to follow“. The elite of Italian entrepreneurship cherishes the hypothesis of a return to nuclear after the minister Roberto Cingolani brought the subject back into vogue with his speech at Renzian’s school of politics (“Fourth-generation technologies are emerging, it’s crazy not to consider them.”) Words capable of enrage environmentalists and open some kind of case within the majority, with the M5 leader Giuseppe Conte that announced a clarification meeting with the person in charge of the ecological transition on September 14. As well as reopening a debate that seemed buried for years, at least since (in 2011) 94% of voters expressed their opinion with a referendum against any possible return of the reactors. However, after Cingolani’s departure, the hypothesis suddenly seems to be on the table again.
its Republic he said his thing Paolo scaroni, former CEO of Enel and Eni and today vice president of the investment bank Rothschild. “I share what the minister said, it is not possible exclude a priori a technology that cancels carbon dioxide emissions ”, he says, stigmatizing the request for clarification of the Five Stars (“ ideological positions ”). After a few hours, from Ambrosetti forum from CernobbioHowever, here is the slowdown of the current head of Enel, Francesco Starace, which defines a shift towards nuclear energy as “unrealistic”, because, it explains, what is defined as new “not so new it seems. “Immediately contradicted in the same place by an enthusiastic Alberto Bombassei, president of the Brembo group: “It is a beautiful and inspiring. If you were to focus on this project, with a real follow-up, it would be a really interesting answer. An applause to Minister Cingolani ”, he says.
But that is not all. Because even the Italian Episcopal Conference, through its president Gualtiero Bassetti who in his greeting at the Pax Christi congress in Assisi recalled that “development is not always synonymous with progress. We must be very careful – he says – in giving nuclear energy development licenseAnd then, towards the evening, Cingolani himself feels the need to clarify his thoughts better. “I have no nuclear power. no proposal or outsourcing to do, “he says, always on the sidelines of the Cernobbio forum,” I think he took a moment from a lesson in which I said, among other things, that the United States and France are testing technologies that they are not mature and which we will know in 10-15 years. There is no proposal: I was a bit surprised that telling something like that becomes a proposal, at the moment there would be no little to propose, because there is no technology ”, he explains. The debate postponed, therefore. For now.
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