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Enel is an energy multinational and one of the main integrated players in the global energy, gas and renewable energy markets. It is the largest European utility for ordinary EBITDA and is present in 32 countries worldwide with more than 87 GW of installed capacity. As the world's leading privately-owned international operator of electricity distribution grids, Enel through its Global Infrastructure and Networks division - manages more than 2.2 million km of power lines in eight different countries, serving around 74 million corporate and domestic end-users worldwide, the largest customer base among its European competitors. Through its leading experience in digitalization of grid customers, Enel is today at the forefront of designing, building and operating advanced power grid infrastructure, counting on more than 45 million advanced meters connected to its grids The Enel Group is made up of more than 67 thousand people worldwide. Enel is committed to contributing to 6 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Objectives: access to energy, support for education, contribution to the socio-economic development of the communities in which it operates, promotion of innovation, responsible industrialization and resilient infrastructures, creation of sustainable cities and communities, fight against climate change. The company operates a highly diversified power plant portfolio and, thanks to its global presence, is perfectly positioned to supply energy worldwide. Enel Green Power, within the Group, is the largest private renewable energy operator in the world, with an installed capacity of around 47.3 GW from wind, solar, geothermal and hydroelectric power plants in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Oceania. Enel X, the global business line of advanced energy services, is a world leader in demand response, with 5.9 GW of managed capacity; the company has installed 116 MW of storage capacity and, in the electric mobility sector, has made available approximately 138,000 charging points for public and private electric vehicles worldwide. Enel was the first in the world to replace electromechanical meters with electronic meters that allow real-time consumption reading and remote management of contracts: an innovative metering system indispensable for the development of smart grids, smart cities and electric mobility.
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