The fight against climate change demands continuous effort over time to reduce CO2 emissions. Terna, the operator of Italy's electricity transmission grid, is on the front line of the energy transition and, in particular, is committed to driving sustainable development and the decarbonisation of the energy system. To this end, last August, in collaboration with Snam, Terna published its Future Energy Scenarios, a key report for the preparation of the gas transport and electricity transmission grid ten-year development plans. The report has been produced by a team of young analysts ready and motivated to construct a more sustainable future: with an average age of 30, Terna’s strategists and analysts are best placed to confront the challenges presented by the energy transition and, most importantly, feel part of the transformation process. They are the engine that drives positive change for their future.
To find out more, we spoke with Fabio Genoese, a dual Italian-German citizen and Head of Strategy at Terna for over three years who leads a team of ten people who share his passion for energy. «It's a team of young people, aged between 30 and 40, who are all passionate about their work because these topics affect them first-hand».