In May Lecce hosted the third edition of the Energy Festival, a unique opportunity in our country of an open, secular and pragmatic on the complex issues that revolve around the world of energy, from geopolitical issues to climate conditions, from the delicate Italy's return to nuclear power the green economy and employment that is capable of generating. If it became clear that today we can not afford to give up any source, it became equally clear that only by encouraging research you can come to imagine and identify solutions.
How then fund the research? And how does it fit Italy from this point of view on the international scene? This was discussed in depth at the Festival in a meeting designed ad hoc, 'Research and innovation: what is the future of investing?' Which featured Stefano da Empoli, President of Vice-com, Joseph Campanella of Aifi, Paolo Anselmo Iban. An important opportunity to debate that has developed around to the latest report of the Observatory energy innovation developed by I-com, which analyzes precisely the trend in the industry at the international level.