This article Simplification Decree aims aims to simplify administrative procedures, eliminate and speed up bureaucratic processes. This article explores how the decree, issued by the Italian Government, will affect the country's e-mobility market.
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The passing of the Decree indicates a concerted governmental effort to simply and digitalise procedures and, more widely, improve the effectiveness and efficiency of administrative action.
The decree aims to simplify administrative and bureaucratic processes across numerous industries, including the environment and the green economy sectors.