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Enel SpA (Enel) is a multinational energy company and a global integrated operator in the electricity and gas industries with a focus on Europe and Latin America. The Company's segments include Italy, Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Renewable Energy and Other. The Company's divisions include Generation, Trading, Infrastructure and Networks, Upstream Gas and Renewable Energy. Its global reach extends from Europe, to North America, Latin America, Africa and Asia. The Company operates in approximately 30 countries on over four continents with a net installed capacity of approximately 90 gigawatt (GW). The distribution companies transport electricity through a network of over 1.9 million kilometers total. The Company has power generation plants of all types in approximately 10 countries from Alberta in Canada to the central Andes, and supply energy to cities in South America, including Rio de Janeiro, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile and Lima.
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Maria Patrizia Grieco
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Alberto de Paoli
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Chief Executive Officer - Enel X
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Italy's biggest utility Enel said on Tuesday it had won its first photovoltaic tender in India and would be spending around $180 million to build its first solar plant in the country.
Europe’s biggest utility Enel is set to launch a green hydrogen business next year to speed up its plans to become a carbon-free power producer by 2050.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
Infrastructure fund Macquarie has made an offer to buy all or part of Enel's <ENEI.MI> 50% stake in its broadband joint venture Open Fiber in a move that could help speed up the creation of a single Italian network operator.
Infrastructure fund Macquarie has made an offer for the 50% stake utility Enel holds in broadband network operator Open Fiber, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Australian infrastructure fund Macquarie has made an offer to Italian utility Enel for its 50% stake in broadband network operator Open Fiber, daily la Repubblica reported on Tuesday.
* DEAL CONCERNS REALIZATION OF ENERGY REQUALIFICATION INTERVENTIONS
Italy's biggest utility Enel said its acquisitions strategy in coming years would be focused on buying distribution businesses and assets to help grow energy e-service unit Enel X.
Italy's biggest utility Enel suffered no significant impact from the coronavirus crisis in the first quarter, adding on Wednesday that its core earnings had risen by more than forecast.
Enel Chief Financial Officer Alberto De Paoli told analysts in a conference call:
Italy's biggest utility Enel said on Wednesday it did not suffer any significant impact from the COVID-19 emergency in the first three months as core earnings rose to beat forecasts.
The chief executives of Italy's top two energy groups Eni <ENI.MI> and Enel <ENEI.MI> are on course to secure third terms next week when Rome decides on roles at key state-controlled companies, a senior government official said.
Enel does not expect the coronavirus crisis to have a material impact on its planned 2020 investments, Italy's biggest utility told Reuters on Wednesday.
Italy's biggest utility Enel does not expect the coronavirus outbreak to have any material impact on its planned investments for this year, the company told Reuters on Wednesday.
Italy's Enel power distributors in Brazil have claimed "force majeure" on contracts with generators due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a document seen by Reuters.
Italy's biggest utility, Enel , does not expect the coronavirus epidemic to have any major impact on its results and says its drive to digitalise operations has given it an advantage.
Italy's Enel Chief Executive Francesco Starace:
* ENEL CEO SAYS NO CHANGE IN RENEWABLES GROWTH DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, NO IMPACT ON CONSTRUCTION SITES SO FAR
* CONFIRMS SHAREHOLDER MEETING TO TAKE PLACE ON MAY 14, AGENDA INCLUDES BOARD RENEWAL
* ON CORONAVIRUS, IT HAS CARRIED OUT A SERIES OF SIMULATIONS, TESTS AND VERIFICATIONS ON ITS INFRASTRUCTURE, AND HAS ENCOUNTERED NO ISSUES FOR ITS NORMAL OPERATIONS - SLIDE
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