Enel is a multi-national power company and a leading integrated player in the world’s power and gas markets, with a particular focus on Europe and Latin America. The Group operates in 30 countries across 5 continents, generating power from over 89 GW of net installed capacity and distributing electricity and gas through a network covering around 1.9 million km. In Europe, Enel is the number one power company in terms of reported EBITDA and, with its 61 million end users worldwide, it has the largest customer base among its European peers.
Enel Green Power North America has begun construction of its 185 megawatt (MW) HillTopper wind farm, its first in Illinois, which has already signed Power Purchase Agreements with two corporate offtakers, Bloomberg LP and General Motors.
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Newest members join rapidly growing cybersecurity partnership, which outlines ten action areas for greater cybersecurity
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Ethical consumerism non-profit Green America has flunked one of America's leading telecoms, Verizon, in its Wireless Scorecard, even as the company's rivals passed with flying colors in an industry that is more and more looking to clean up its energy usage.
T-Mobile US has announced its intention this week to go 100% renewable electricity by 2021 and has backed its commitments by announcing a Power Purchase Agreement for 160 megawatts from the Solomon Forks Wind Project in Kansas.