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.
"We are focused on our customers, which is why we launched a new global business line; it will come into the market under the new brand, Enel X."
Companies, instead of planning, must make repeated and quick attempts with partners to adapt to the frequent technological and social changes of our world.
At Marcus Garvey Village, a low-income community in Brooklyn-Queens, electricians have built New York’s first digitalized microgrid, complete with solar photovoltaic panels, a fuel...
As massive two-way flows of electrons and data, of electricity and information, reshape whole industries and transform contemporary society, energy companies are preparing to change the face of urban living in the 21st century.
Q&A with Ryan O’Keeffe, Director of Communications, Enel : "Our vision for Open Power is nothing less than to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges."
Thanks to a partnership with global energy company Enel, Formula E is able to power the world’s first ever carbon-neutral car races with its own transportable micro-grid, minimizing its use of the existing electricity grid in host cities.
Coupled with the emergence of new technologies for energy storage, renewable energy holds out the almost inconceivable promise of free electricity for consumers.
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.