Renewable energy is a globally growing industry developing along two main trends:
Emerging markets and mature markets share some common features:
Additionally, renewables are increasingly requested to behave as if they were a totally programmable source of production. This prompts for state-of-the-art management of the O&M activities to meet transmission network requirements, to improve efficiency at existing plants and to utilize predictive tools for a better scheduling of the maintenance activities.\
Enel Green Power is fully positioned to grasp the change in the way renewables are developed and managed, driving costs reductions at capex and opex levels, as well as gaining additional revenues from operating performance improvements. Furthermore, EGP’s key strengths are its unique and distinctive renewable energy mix and its geographic diversification that enhance growth prospects and limit risks related to the variability of weather conditions and the regulatory framework of the countries where it operates.
Enel Green Power’s strategy is based on the following key pillars:
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