Enel Green Power SpA

Enel Green Power is the Enel Group company dedicated to renewable energy with a presence in Europe and in the American continent. It is among the industry leaders worldwide thanks to its 25 billion KWh generated from a well balanced energy mix inclusive of water, sun, wind and geothermal sources in 2012. This is enough to meet the energy needs of more than 10 million households and avoid the emission of over 18 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. The Company boasts an installed capacity of over 8,000 MW from a mix of sources including wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal and biomass.

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Viale Regina Margherita 125 , Rome , 00198 Italy

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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Energy - Renewable Energy
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGP-NA), part of Enel Green Power, is a leading owner and operator of renewable energy plants in North America with projects operating and under development in 21 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces. EGP-NA owns and operates 88 plants with an installed capacity of around 1.2GW powered by renewable hydropower, wind, geothermal, solar and biomass energy.

Enel Green Power, established in December 2008, is the Enel Group company that develops and manages energy generation from renewable sources at a global level, with a presence in Europe and the Americas.

Enel Green Power is a major global operator in the field of energy generation from renewable sources, with an annual production of 22,5 TW/h, mainly from water, the Sun, wind and the Earth’s heat, meeting the energy consumption of over 8 million families and avoiding 16 million tonnes of CO2 emissions  per year.

Enel Green Power has an installed capacity of 8,626 MW, produced by over 730 plants in 16 countries and with a generation mix that includes wind, solar, hydro, geothermal and biomass.

We are committed to contributing to sustainable development. We believe that renewable sources play a central role in promoting the competitiveness of the production system of several countries and to ensure secure energy supplies.. Indeed, widespread electricity generation from water, the Sun, wind and the Earth’s heat helps improve a country’s energy independence, while also protecting the environment.

Enel Green Power aims to grow by substantially increasing its installed capacity and enhancing  each country’s technology mix, aimed at highlighting specific local peculiarities and  building on Enel's expertise in this sector.

We also work for families and businesses through Enel Green Power Retail, the company that offers cutting-edge easy to use technologies and services for energy production, consumption and management.

Enel Green Power is a reference point in the Italian market of renewable sources: through the Punto Enel Green Power* Network formed by more than 700 franchisees, it proposes turnkey photovoltaic, solar, small wind and geothermal plants for energy efficiency and electric mobility.

The offer also includes solutions for energy saving as well as to cool and heat  buildings.

Currently, EGP has 700 operational plants throughout 16 countries in Europe and the Americas. This geographic diversity means that strategic options for growth can be maximised while minimising regulatory and country-specific risks. Each country in which the Company operates offers different incentive schemes based on the resources used.

Enel Green Power’s main industrial activities include a factory for the production of multi junction thin-film photovoltaic panels with Sharp and STMicroelectronics. The factory, which supplies the Mediterranean Area, is the most important in Italy and one of most in Europe.

Enel Green Power is a founding partner of RES4MED - Renewable Energy Solutions for the Mediterranean, the association launched in May 2012 with the aim of contributing to the strategies of ongoing initiatives in the Mediterranean and to accelerate the development of multiple renewable energy solutions and the relevant electricity markets.