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Enel SpA (Enel) is a multinational energy company and a global integrated operator in the electricity and gas industries with a focus on Europe and Latin America. The Company's segments include Italy, Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Renewable Energy and Other. The Company's divisions include Generation, Trading, Infrastructure and Networks, Upstream Gas and Renewable Energy. Its global reach extends from Europe, to North America, Latin America, Africa and Asia. The Company operates in approximately 30 countries on over four continents with a net installed capacity of approximately 90 gigawatt (GW). The distribution companies transport electricity through a network of over 1.9 million kilometers total. The Company has power generation plants of all types in approximately 10 countries from Alberta in Canada to the central Andes, and supply energy to cities in South America, including Rio de Janeiro, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile and Lima.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)75.01bn
  • Net income in EUR2.59bn
  • Incorporated1962
  • Employees68.37k
  • Location
    Enel SpAViale Regina Margherita, 137ROMA 00198ItalyITA
  • Phone+39 683052783
  • Fax+39 683053659
  • Websitehttps://www.enel.com/it
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