Future outlook

Energy demand in Italy

According to provisional data, the demand for electricity in 2012 amounted to 325,259 GWh, down by 2.8% compared to the same period in 2011 (see the table below).

The management of generational turnover

The new Italian legislation regarding retirement (Art. 24 of Italian Law No. 214/2011), which raised the age and years of contribution requisites necessary to gain the right to a pension, reduced the “catchment area” of potential retirees for Terna. A summary table of potential retirees in the period 2012-2017 is shown below. The total of 508 people can be broken down as follows:

People who have gained the right to a pension with the old legislation at 31.12.2011 115
of which: senior executives, junior executives and white-collar workers88
blue-collar workers27
People who will gain the right to a pension under the new legislation393
of which: senior executives, junior executives and white-collar workers228
blue-collar workers165

Smart Transmission Solutions

One of Terna's main needs is to make the transmission grid dynamic, i.e. capable of evolving rapidly and effectively with respect to scenarios that change quickly and unpredictably.

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