Tomorrow’s energy

Coupled with the emergence of new technologies for energy storage, renewable energy holds out the almost inconceivable promise of free electricity for consumers.

Enel supports V2G start-up

Faced with the rise of the electric vehicle (EV), giant Italian energy company Enel and Japanese carmaker Nissan have partnered with Nuvve, a start-up based in San Diego, to develop a new business model based on Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology.

A transformation journey

We believe in Clayton Christensen’s theory of disruptive innovation explained in this book “The Innovator's Dilemma”: one can't transform purely from inside.

Is the future solar?

The first advantage of solar is that it is clean. No matter how much people work on clean coal, it is going to emit more than 20-30 times CO2 and other emissions than solar.

Global leaders in sustainable innovation

As national leaders and the global economy’s most prominent business people arrive in Davos for the World Economic Forum, they are reeling from one of the most turbulent years in recent political history.

From power grids to empowered networks

The future of distribution will be to build, manage and maintain the means to connect people in the energy space.

Is the future hydrogen?

As the world evolves towards a low-carbon economy, major corporations across a range of industries are planning to join forces to foster the use of hydrogen as the missing link in the energy transition.

The power shift

From 2001 through 2005, Enel, a multinational energy company that serves 61 million clients in 30 countries, began rolling out the world's first Smart Grid.

Honda’s hydrogen society

Once you look beyond burning fossil fuels, using any source of powertrain for vehicles is, in theory, possible.

Nissan leads the way toward zero emissions

The brainchild of Japan's Nissan Motor Corporation, part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, the LEAF was not just the first mass-market, all-electric car, but remains the biggest seller by miles.

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When Kia unveiled a GT sports sedan at the Frankfurt Motor Show back in 2011, the Korean manufacturer soon realized it had something very special on its hands.

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