“#EnelFocusOn is our globally traveling format aimed at opening a dialogue on the future of innovation and technology.”
The #EnelFocusOn, the series of itinerant talks about the future, aims at inspiring change through innovative ideas and new technologies.
“The meeting in Boston is the tenth edition of #EnelFocusOn, after Rome (twice), London, New York, Madrid, Santiago, Goiânia and San Francisco.”
The event in Massachusetts is also the first carbon negative #EnelFocusOn thanks to our purchase of renewable energy credits from the Thunder Ranch wind farm in Oklahoma and additional investments in reforestation projects in Illinois near our HillTopper wind plant. This means that we are actually reducing more greenhouse gas emissions than we are putting into the environment as a result of our investments.
A Discussion to Inspire the Future
The guest of honor at #EnelFocusOn in Boston will be Amy Davidsen, Executive Director of the Climate Group in North America, where she leads collaborative programs, like RE100, aimed at accelerating the transition to a clean energy future. She will speak to a group of global influencers, from the United States, South America, Spain, Italy and Romania. The event will also feature a discussion with Facebook’s Energy Strategy Manager and the Vice President of Sustainability for Anheuser-Busch. These two companies have already partnered with EGP through Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) solutions for long-term energy supply with renewable sources.
PPAs are not just contracts, they are a tool to build solid and lasting partnerships with our customers, with whom we develop customized projects at competitive costs that promote a green and sustainable future.
“In addition to Facebook and Anheuser-Busch, we have signed PPAs with other large American companies, like Kohler Co, Google, Adobe, General Motors and Bloomberg.”