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Enel calls for better rules to green the grid

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Enel’s 59 gigawatts of clean energy capacity is among the most in the world. (Photo: nualaimages/Envato)

Viviana Vitto argues remuneration should be based on total expenditure, not just capex. Over the years, Enel has transformed itself from a traditional utility into a renewables leader. Its 59 gigawatts of clean energy capacity is among the most in the world, and data provider fDi Markets shows the Italian ...

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