One of the greatest developments will take place in Spain, where the Enel Group, through its subsidiary Endesa, is planning to install smart meters for 12.9 million customers.
CO2 emission reduction and rapidly developing CCS technologies are Enel’s Research input towards achieving a sustainable energy system
Oxygen’s last issue overviews Latin American countries. From Brazil to Mexico, stories and reports on a reborn continent that is becoming increasingly significant in the global scenario
‘The Boy with a Basket of Fruit’ and ten other masterpieces by the Italian painter will be exhibited at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow from November 26th. to February 19th. 2012. It is the largest exhibition ever organized on the Italian artist in Russia, resulting from the collaboration between major Italian galleries, the Vatican museums and Enel
The Enel Group, through Endesa, is the main operator in Spain and Portugal, with an installed capacity of 23.741 MW and a production of 69.9 TWh.
Internal Rate of Return, corrected according to the Clean Development Mechanism, registers an increase for both small-scale plants and large-scale ones.
By 2017, measures for the abatement of emissions will have to be adopted worldwide, otherwise global warming will cause the Earth’s temperature to rise over the safety level.
Thanks to its remarkable geographic and technological diversification, EGP can feel confident about the evolution of markets in Europe, where several countries are reducing renewable subsidies
The funding for energy networks will help integrate the domestic energy market, making the EU more independent and supplies more secure.
Huge investments are required to ensure that future energy markets will satisfy social evolution and the increasing demand, including private capital. To this end, a long-term stable regulatory framework is essential