Earlier this year, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) inaugurated a Digital Command Center that uses AI to monitor and manage the company’s ever-expanding...
In a not-too-distant future, ordinary consumers will even be able to sell the power stored by batteries in their parked electric cars back into the network.
In 2015, Enel CEO Francesco Starace launched a visionary, wide-ranging program called Futur-e to explore options for re-purposing 23 of the company’s largest power stations in Italy.
As the global car industry prepares for the long transition to electric vehicles, there is growing interest in the potential of compressed natural gas (CNG).
Designed to reach 5GW of power in 2030, the $13.6 billion Mohammed Bin Rashid al Maktoum Solar Park (MBR) in Dubai is the largest single-site solar project in the world.
At this year’s Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, participants publically committed to $15 billion of investments in renewable energy and sustainability projects.
At a time when renewable energy and digital technologies are transforming the way we produce and consume electricity, Italian power giant Enel is disrupting itself for the future.
Launched in 2015, the Woodstock, South Africa-headquartered peer-to-peer lending platform illuminates—quite literally—a market that has been in the Dark Ages.
One of the most dramatic implications of the Internet of Energy is the so-called virtualization of the traditional power plant, the replacement of large generating facilities by aggregated small producers.
Recently Enel has unveiled a new brand, Enel X, reflecting its strategy of opening up energy to new uses, new technologies, new partnerships and new services.