Giorgetti, a new extension of the cut in excise duties is evaluated. Review the Fit for 55 package


The government, as we know, has extended the cut in excise duties on fuels until 2 August. With gasoline and diesel prices still at unsustainable levels, things are already happening; thinking of a further extension . The confirmation comes directly from the Minister of Economic Development Giancarlo Giorgetti during his speech at the annual meeting of the Unem.

We are evaluating a & # 39; further extension of the discount because & eacute; the dynamics of the price of fuel & egrave; still, alas, growing.

Therefore, the management, as expected in any case given the current scenario, is; to further extend the cut in excise duties. To understand if there will be; some corrective measures given that various trade associations had asked to increase the cut in excise duties to further reduce fuel prices. The sensation, however, is; that we will continue only with mini extensions while waiting for fuel costs to drop.

However, surely in the next few weeks we will know more about it. since the deadline of August 2 is less than a month.


Minister Giorgetti took advantage of the UNEM & # 39; annual assembly to speak again about the future of the car in Europe , affirming once again that the future of the world of transport is not serious; linked only to electricity . For the Minister, alternative solutions already exist; available that make it possible to reduce polluting emissions such as, for example, biofuels. Giorgetti also added that & egrave; necessary & quot; to propose to the European Commission a revision of the Fit for 55 package which first of all provides for the application of the cardinal principle of neutrality; technological & quot ;.

Giorgetti & egrave; then returned to talk about the impacts on employment and on the Italian industrial world of a too rapid electrification process.

The estimate of the impact on the effects deriving from the total and immediate electrification of the production of light vehicles on the Italian automotive supply chain shows that 30% of component companies and about 70,000 direct employees are at risk. & Egrave; therefore it is essential to intervene to make European regulation sustainable also from an industrial and social point of view.

The Minister then reminds us that around 2 billion euros are foreseen in the NRP for the development of biogas production and biomethane, seen as a strategic choice for the country.

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