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The integration of RES in the electricity system

This is a video interview conduced by the instructor (Fulvio Fontini) to a leading expert (Prof. Matteo Di Castelnuovo)

RES stands for Renewable Energy Sources and the term is more than just a buzzword.

Technology and innovation has promoted the development of RES (or clean energy), whether in a large-scale or small-scale, and it has allowed consumers not only to get a cleaner supply of energy but also to interact with the market as prosumers.

The introduction of RES in the electricity system has enabled so many possibilities but has also exposed the market to new risks.

This interview with Professor Matteo di Castelnuovo will shed some light on both the opportunities and challenges of RES integration.

Professor Matteo di Castelnuovo is an Associate Professor of Practice and Director of the Master in Sustainability and Energy Management (MaSEM) at the SDA Bocconi School of Management.

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Electrical Industry: Production and Economics

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