Enel is among the European companies that have most impressed investors during this difficult year, according to the “All-Europe Executive Team” 2021 classification of the Institutional Investor magazine. The magazine’s 17th annual survey asked investors and analysts to rate the region’s top Investor Relations executives and programs.
In the “Utilities” category, Enel ranked first in terms of CEO, Investor Relations professional, as well as environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. In terms of CFO, Enel ranked first for analysts on the sell-side.
“Working with such a skilled team of colleagues who continually embrace the mission of the company with passion, it is no wonder that our leadership is recognized by analysts and investors. Our confirmation once again, in this ranking, underscores our strong commitment to design and communication of a model that sees business and sustainability as two inseparable concepts, deeply rooted in Enel’s business model, “he said. the CEO and Managing Director of Enel, Francesco Starace.
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Enel is a multinational energy company and one of the main integrated players in the global energy and renewable energy markets, as well as one of the main gas operators in the retail market.
It is the largest European utility company by ordinary EBITDA and is in more than 30 countries, producing energy with approximately 89 GW of installed capacity. Enel distributes electricity through a network of more than 2.2 million kilometers and, with almost 75 million end users, it is the world’s leading network operator1. Enel Green Power is the largest private renewable energy operator in the world, with some 50 GW of wind, solar, geothermal and hydroelectric plants installed in Europe, America, Africa, Asia and Oceania.
Enel X, Enel’s advanced energy services global business line, is the world leader in response to demand, with a total capacity of around 7.4 GW managed globally; the company has installed 137 MW of storage capacity and, in the field of electric mobility, approximately 232,000 charging points for electric vehicles2 around the world.