The Enel Group is present in more than 30 Countries in five continents and the results achieved by Enel in recent years attest to the soundness and sustainability of a business model that is capable of creating value for all stakeholders and supporting the accomplishment of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
By exploiting synergies between the various business areas, taking actions by leveraging innovation, and implementing Open Power behaviours, the Enel Group seeks solutions to reduce environmental impact and meet the requirements of customers and the local communities in which it operates, with a commitment to guaranteeing high safety standards for employees and vendors alike.
Enel is thus able to take on the new challenges of the energy transition process, not simply by reacting to risks, but by embracing all the opportunities without leaving anyone behind.
A clear, defined and longterm strategic vision, and day-to-day actions based on the concept of openness and the inviolable synthesis between innovation and sustainability. Enel’s purpose:
“Open Power for a brighter future. We empower sustainable progress"
84.3 GW net installed capacity
50 % net installed renewable capacity(1)
229.1 TWh net electricity generation
296 g/kWheq specific CO2 emissions
(1) The percentage of net installed renewable capacity denotes the proportion (in percentage terms) of installed capacity of renewable energy in relation to the total installed capacity.
2.2 million km of network
73.3 million end users
44.7 million end users with active smart meters
110 MW storage(2)
6.3 GW of demand response
79.6 thousand charging points
(2) Includes the contribution of Global Power Generation.
69.9 million customers
5.9 million gas customers
64.0 million electricity customers
301.7 TWh electricity sold
The new Global Power Generation (GPG), set up in 2019, plays a key role in accelerating energy transition, managing decarbonization of the generation mix and continuing to increase investments in renewable capacity.
Global Infrastructure and Networks (G I&N) has the mission of guaranteeing reliability in the supply of energy and the community service quality via resilient and flexible networks, leveraging efficiency, technology and digital innovation.
Enel X enables the energy transition by acting as an accelerator for the electrification and decarbonization of customers, helping them use energy more efficiently, leveraging also the Group assets by offering innovative services.
Through sale to end customers (Retail), Enel interacts locally with millions of families, industries, and companies. The technological lever and the development of a platform model make it possible to improve customer satisfaction and customer experience.
80.3 billion euros of revenue
17.7 billion EBITDA
10.8 % SRI investors in share capital
33 % women on the Enel SpA Board of Directors
68,253 Enel people
153,116 contractor company people (FTE)
0.15 combined frequency rate (LTIFR)(3) for Enel people and contractors
Engaging local communities (2015-2019):
1.3 mil beneficiaries quality education
7.9 mil beneficiaries affordable and clean energy
2.1 mln beneficiaries decent work and economic growth
1.3 thousand hectares areas covered by biodiversity projects
0.33 l/kWheq specific water requirements for total generation
(3) Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate.
2019 was a key year in relation to the decarbonization strategy, with the construction of over 3,000 MW of renewable capacity, the continuation of the coal power plants decommissioning plan, generation from renewable sources surpassing the output from thermal generation, and specific CO2 emissions from total net production totalling 296 g/kWheq.
The new Global Power Generation Business Line, which integrates renewable capacity with thermal generation, was created to further support and accelerate this process. Users with smart meters number 44.7 million, and the Group has a total of 70 million end users, thus confirming Enel’s positive positioning, especially in developed countries in which a process of energy markets liberalisation is in progress.
Company people, totalling 68,253 in the various Group countries and regions, constitute the strategic lever to manage the energy transition process.
Our staff are offered specific upskilling and reskilling programmes as well as tailored training initiatives are offered to Enel people to boost digital skills.
The combined injuries frequency rate (Enel people and contractors) confirmed the downward trend of prior years (0.73 in 2019 vs 0.90 in 2018).
Projects with local communities remained in place, aimed at promoting access to energy, high-quality education, and socio-economic development.
Important results were achieved also in terms of environmental sustainability and in the sphere of vendor relations. Finally, the principles of innovation, digitalization and the circular economy were infused throughout all processes in the value chain.