On Saturday 8 June, more than 300 people attended the events ending the informative campaign promoted by EGPE entitled 100% Renewable 100% Sustainable which was organised by the Enel Group to celebrate International Innovation and Environment Week.
Two visits by schools were organised on 11 and 13 June to wind farms located in Galicia for the purpose of celebrating Wind Day (15 June), through the collaborative venture set up by EGPE and the Voz Natura informative programme.
The study will allow the movements of the bears to be evaluated and the transfer of genes between the two Cantabrian bear subpopulations.
In May, almost 180 people visited the wind farms of Las Navas (on two occasions), Pucheruelo, Enix, Pesur, A Capelada and San Andrés and the mini station of Rosarito. In particular, the latest visits were as follows:
Construction has begun on a new hydroelectric plant in Costa Rica, between the provinces of Alajuela and San José
Investments in renewables are growing around the world, having reached $243 billion in 2010. This is stated in the latest Bloomberg New Energy Finance report, which offers a detailed geographical analysis of financial flows and sectors they fund
You can define the Enel Green Power project manager in many ways: a globetrotter, a driving force, a functional leader. It depends on what you would like to emphasize. What is certain, however, is that their everyday job is strongly indicative of EGP’s spirit and style
A country whose GDP has been growing by 4.5% during the first quarters of 2010, and which carries an economic weight of such magnitude it is a candidate for becoming, in the near future, a key energy hub in Latin America: this is Colombia, where Enel operates through its Endesa subsidiary, as the largest private energy operator
Also in November of 2010, Enel Green Power, the Italian Ministry of the Environment and Mexican authorities developed the first thin-film solar technology project in Mexico within the framework of the COP 16 negotiations on climate change held in Cancun
In November 2010, the Italian embassy in Brazil went green with the help of Enel Green Power