Sustainability is our watchword
Sustainability is our watchword
A no-nonsense, measurable and multi-faceted approach leads to sustainability and the Creating Shared Value model, as it changes for the best the lives of people and communities where we operate.
The Stipa Naya\u00E1 wind farm: using sustainable energy to boost the local economy and environment
Our journey of discovery of Enel Green Power\u2019s sustainable plants continues with the Stipa Naya\u00E1 wind farm in Mexico. Here a set of best practices helps improve efficiency and the environment while supporting local communities.
A sunny future: Sardinia is a green lab in the energy transition
As Enel continues on its journey as Renewables Super Major, CEO Francesco Starace offers a road map for the decarbonization process in Sardinia (Italy) in which the decarbonization will skip the gas stage altogether. And, as part of a just transition that leaves no one behind, the electrification process will create thousands of new jobs.
Land, sun and agrivoltaics: the new life of Fabio Rustico
After playing professional football for several years in Italy\u2019s Serie A, some years ago Fabio Rustico changed career to run an organic farm in Sicily. In this video, the former Atalanta player tells us about his love for the land and what led him to opt for agrivoltaics.
Our energy helps bees around the world
They are the most important pollinators on earth and our lives quite literally depend on them. Discover some of the important projects launched in our plants to protect bees and create shared value with local beekeepers and farmers.
The Ituverava solar plant: biodiversity, a resource for the community
Our voyage around Enel Green Power\u2019s sustainable plants takes us to Brazil, where the highly efficient Ituverava solar plant is providing best practices in water management and the protection of natural resources.
Sun and honey: the photovoltaic beehive that helps bees
The Las Corchas solar power plant in Spain is home to an innovative high-tech apiary of smart hives equipped with sensors, cameras and GPS: an example of how EGP is protecting the ecosystem and supporting the local economy with an energy transition that is shared and in harmony with the local area.
Supporting the growth of local small business owners
In Chile, where the Los C\u00F3ndores hydroelectric plant is under construction, dialogue with the local community has led to new training and employment opportunities and the formation of a micro-enterprise network led by women and resilient to the pandemic.
The Sustainable Plant one year on: a strategic model for the entire EGP value chain
12,574 best practices implemented in 2020, with an impact on 11 of the UN\u2019s Sustainable Development Goals. The first (excellent) results of Enel Green Power\u2019s model for improving our plants\u2019 environmental and social performance.
The Chiusdino power plant: a sustainable model from the heart of the Earth
The power plant in Chiusdino, Tuscany, part of the world\u2019s oldest geothermal complex, is the next stop in our voyage of discovery around EGP\u2019s sustainable plants, combining energy efficiency with environmental and economic benefits for the local area.
In the Enel Green Power forest
In recent years, planting trees has taken on even greater significance as part of the battle against the effects of global warming. EGP has launched a host of such projects in the countries where it is present: here are the main ones.