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Italy reveals green networks plan worth EUR 18bn

The country's TSO announces a new infrastructure plan worth EUR 18.1bn meant to set the stage for the national green energy transition over the coming ten years.

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If anything, the ideal follow-up to a ticket to play in the Euro 2020 final would be a major infrastructure plan worth billions of euros.

At a press conference, Italian transmission system operator Terna just revealed a new ten-year plan to expand the country's electrical network entailing investments totaling EUR 18.1bn to be spent on new transmission routes and interconnectors.

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