Enel is a multinational energy company and one of the world’s leading integrated electricity and gas operators, working in 29 countries across 4 continents, generating energy with a net installed capacity of around 83 GW and distributing electricity and gas across a network spanning about 2.1 million km. With around 64 million end users around the world, Enel has the biggest customer base among its European competitors, and it is one of Europe’s leading energy companies by installed capacity and reported EBITDA.
The Enel Group is made up of nearly 63,500 people from around the world whose brilliant work is based on its values of Responsibility, Innovation, Trust and Proactivity. Enel people are working together on the same goal of “Open Power” in order to tackle some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Enel’s portfolio of power stations is highly diversified, running on hydroelectric, wind, geothermal, solar, thermoelectric, nuclear and other renewable sources of power. Almost half of the energy generated by Enel is produced with zero carbon dioxide emissions, making the group one of the leading producers of clean energy.
The Enel Group manages around 36 GW of installed capacity from water, wind, geothermal, solar, biomass and co-generation plants in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa, being the most technologically diversified company operating in the global renewables sector.
Enel was the first in the world to replace traditional electromechanical meters – as used in Italy – with “smart” electronic meters, enabling real-time usage readings and remote contract management. This innovative measuring system is critical for the development of intelligent grids, smart cities and electric transport.
In 2016, Enel generated a total of about 262 TWh of electricity, distributing 426 TWh over its own grids and selling 263 TWh. Company revenue totalled 70.6 billion euros, with an ordinary EBITDA of 15.3 billion euros. Enel also sold 10.6 billion m3 of gas.
Listed in 1999 on the Milan stock exchange, Enel is among the Italian companies to have the largest number of shareholders, including both retail and institutional investors. Enel’s largest shareholder is the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance. In addition to Enel, other Group companies are listed on the world's most important stock markets. Thanks to its code of ethics, sustainability report, policy of respect for the environment, and the adoption of international best practices on transparency and corporate governance, Enel counts the largest international investment funds, insurance companies, pension funds and ethical funds among its shareholders.
On 26th January 2016 Enel launched its new global corporate identity and simultaneously unveiled the new logos for Enel Green Power and Endesa. The new brand strategy is the incarnation of the “Open Power” approach announced in November 2015 at the Capital Markets Day in London, with “openness” as the keystone of the group’s strategic and operational approach.
Enel’s new face represents Enel’s identity: a modern, open, flexible and responsive utility company, ready to lead the energy transition. The attractive and colourful logo is inspired by the principles of “Open Power” and reflects the diversity of the energy spectrum, the multifaceted nature of a group present in 29 countries, and the increasingly broad range of services it offers.

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