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Interview Francesco Starace, CEO Enel: “We Have Stopped Investing in Projects That Take More Than 2 or 3 Years”

“Our aim is to grow the use of electricity as energy vector”. This is how Francesco Starace, CEO of Enel, one of the world’s largest utilities and perhaps the biggest producer of renewable energy in the world, describes the strategic goal of his company. According to Starace, the utility of the future owns and manages a digitised grid that connects up decentralised green energy sources and is at the centre of a whole new system of energy products and services.
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