Significant events between February and March for the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute (GCCSI). The aim is to share experiences on carbon capture and storage technologies, a field in which Enel is a leader.
According to EU Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard, investments in energy efficiency are essential to create thousands of new jobs reduce fossil fuel imports and help to push growth.
The single market is essential to enhance Europe’s growth potential. Bureaucratic sluggishness must end
Energy security, fighting poverty, green economy. The conference that KMPG and the UN Global Compact held on "Business Perspective on Sustainable Growth". Participants included Enel and its best practices in CSR.
Enel sets an international example in the development of smart grids. A study by the European Energy Review illustrates ongoing projects and the need to adjust regulations and standards
Investments in hydropower are increasingly rising with positive perspectives also for the small hydro technology.
Together with CSR Europe, Enel participates in the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations.
The US Department of Energy will establish partnerships with private investors and universities for the development of biofuels from algae.
Perspectives in different countries of Eastern Europe. Cooperation opportunities aimed at updating the various national electricity systems in the name of innovation and the environment
In 2001 Enel was the first company to install electronic meters in Italy. Now smart metering is growing in the whole of Europe with the Enel Group playing a central role