The 110% Superbonus is one of the most topical issues in the Italian economic panorama and concerns many citizens who want to improve the energy efficiency of their housing. For this reason, technicians and project planners are committed to finding increasingly precise information to ensure maximum savings for those who wish to take advantage of this benefit.
The energy efficiency measures provided for in the relaunch decree also include photovoltaic systems, covering both design and material costs. This obviously extends to the arteries that transport energy from the panels to the inverter, i.e. the electrical cables dedicated to photovoltaic. The NPE SUN H1Z2Z2-K (Natural Power Energy) cable from La Triveneta Cavi is a product present on the market since a number of years, known and appreciated in Italy and Europe because it meets all the required standards guaranteeing excellent performance and high levels of safety.
La Triveneta Cavi’s solar cable has been designed for the installation of photovoltaic systems in private buildings, but also for the use in public buildings, industrial companies, agricultural installations, lighting systems, etc. NPE SUN H1Z2Z2-K, RPC (fire reaction class: Eca) and HAR (for use in all European countries) certified, is a cable that offers very high safety standards: flame retardant, LS0H (Low Smoke Zero Halogen), it boasts high resistance to UV rays and low temperatures with a guaranteed life cycle of at least 25 years (EN 60216-1). It is available in Black and in Red colours.
– Maximum conductor temperature: 120°
– Guaranteed life cycle: minimum 25 years (EN 60216-1)
– LS0H: Low Smoke Zero Halogen
– Non flame propagant
– Fire reaction class: Eca
– HAR certification
– Excellent flexibility for easy installation
– UV and low temperature resistance
– Rated operational voltage – AC: 1000V and DC: 1500V
– Sections from 1×1.5mm² to 1x120mm²
As reported by Altroconsumo.it, the relaunch decree has established important news in the building renovation scenario for those who invest in the thermal insulation of their homes, in the replacement of winter conditioning systems and in the reduction of seismic risk. The 110% deduction also applies to expenses incurred in carrying out the work, such as the purchase of materials, the design and technical costs, surveys, the installation of scaffolding, the disposal of dismantled materials, VAT, stamp duty and fees for building permits. The 110% superbonus is also available for certain interventions that are carried out in conjunction with at least one of the above-mentioned projects and which, for this reason, are defined as ” driven “. Attention must be paid to the date on which these works are executed, as they are only eligible for the increased 110% deduction if they are carried out in the time period between the date of beginning of work and the date of completion of the so-called ” driving” works.
Specifically, the superbonus is granted for:
– the installation of photovoltaic systems connected to the electrical network and their integrated storage systems, or the solar photovoltaic systems installed on structures pertaining to buildings;
In the case of the installation of photovoltaic solar systems connected to the electrical network, the 110% deduction is granted on a maximum expenditure of €48,000 and in any case within the limit of €2,400 for each kWp of nominal power of the photovoltaic solar system for each property unit.The deduction is conditional on the energy not consumed on site or not shared for self-consumption being transferred to the GSE (energy services manager).
The deduction is also available in the event of simultaneous or subsequent installation of storage systems integrated into photovoltaic systems, up to an expenditure limit of €1,000 per kWh of storage capacity of the system. The 110% deduction is available for a lower expenditure limit, i.e. € 1,600 per kWp in case of simultaneous building renovation, new construction or urban restructuring. The deduction is not available if other public incentives and other forms of facilitation of any kind provided for by European, national and regional legislation are received, including guarantee and rotation funds and incentives for on-site exchange.
The RG16H1R12 cable of La Triveneta Cavi has been CPR certified (Eca classification) and replaces the previous RG7H1R cable.
RG16H1R12 is suitable for transporting energy between transformer rooms and large utilities. It can be laid in open air, in pipes or ducts, or underground, even unprotected.
The nominal operating voltage range is: 1.8/3 kV ÷ 26/45 kV.
A three-pole version with visible helix, RG16H1R12X, is also available.
According to the 2019 statistical yearbook of the National Fire Brigade, in 2018, about 58,000 fires took place in Italy in environments affected by the CPR regulation.
RESIDENTIAL HOUSES: 53648
COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES: 2144
These data are available in the 2020 edition of the CPR guide of AICE ( Italian Association of Cables and Electrical Conductors) entitled: CPR, The new Cables Age. The numbers make us understand the importance of safety in buildings in case of fire.
This document, addressed to project designers and installers, is an update of the complete guide to the Construction Products Regulation applied to Electric Cables and explains, among other things:
– the legislative scenario;
– the economic operators in the supply chain;
– the requirements imposed by the CPR regulation;
– Marks and Markings
La Triveneta Cavi and AICE
AICE, which La Triveneta Cavi has always been linked to, is an association of FEDERATION ANIE (National Federation of Electrotechnical and Electronic Companies), which in turn is part of Confindustria, and represents companies active in the energy cables and accessories, communication cables and electrical winding conductors sectors.
AICE member companies are 39 (for a total of 7,000 employees) and in 2019 they had a turnover of about 3,000 million Euros.
AICE guarantees its members a continuous update on the evolution of the European Directives in force and under development (LVD – Low Voltage Directive; EMC – Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive; CPR – Construction Products Regulation; etc.).
In particular, with reference to the CPR Regulation, AICE member companies have focused their investments on research and development of safe and reliable products to be used in applications where the health of people and the protection of things must be guaranteed in case of fire.
Video presentation FTG18 Trisecur Top cable with flame resistance test explained by our technicians.
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