A new significant step in the development of its wind assets
Rome, September 4, 2002 - Enel GreenPower, the Enel Group company which is the world leader in renewable energy, will build nine wind energy power plants in Sicily, Sardinia, Basilicata and Molise. With a production capacity of 300 million kWh, the plants are capable of satisfying the needs of about 130,000 families with renewable energy and of saving about 70,000 tons of fuel. Thanks to this project, Enel confirms its commitment to the development of renewable sources aimed at respecting the Kyoto objectives. Enel GreenPower is thus proceeding with initiatives that will increase its wind power capacity, which now stands at 153 Mw installed, in Italy and the Americas. The Italian group IWT won the contest for the supply of the wind energy machinery needed for the realization of the plants, a contract worth a total 89 million euros. Enel GreenPower, is the world leader in the production of electricity from renewable sources. It now counts over 2,600 MW of installed capacity distributed between wind, geothermal, hydroelectric, photovoltaic, biomass and biogas plants. As well as in Italy, the company operates in the United States, Canada, Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador and Chile.

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