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For the past several years, all the analyses related to the use of primary energies are influenced by a set of incontrovertible facts. They all lead to the same conclusion: it is essential to rationalise the use of energy on a world-wide scale, in order to ensure the sustainable future of the species that inhabit the planet and of the corresponding biodiversity that supports them.

A transition to a sustainable energy system is necessary, also from the economic point of view, that guarantees the maintenance of our generation's and future generations' welfare, from a perspective of respecting the environment.

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