Connectivity matrix

In order to represent the connectivity of information, the Enel Group has developed a matrix delineating the relationships between:

  • strategic objectives that also clearly represent Enel’s contribution to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and in particular to the four key objectives of the Strategic Plan (i.e. SDG 7, SDG 9, SDG 11 and SDG 13);
  • the governance, risks and opportunities, performance and outlook for each Business Line.
Enel business Value creation and business model Governance Strategy SDG Risk & Opportunities

Performance & Metrics

(KPIs)

Outlook
(Targets)

Global Power Generation
& Global Trading

 

 

GENERATION

DECARBONIZATION

 

 

The use of capital is targeted at decarbonization through the development of renewable generation assets.

 

 

 

 

Strategic

  • Legislative and regulatory
    developments
  • Macroeconomic and
    geopolitical trends
  • Climate change
  • Competitive environment

Financial

  •  Interest rates
  • Commodities
  • Currency risk
  • Credit and counterparty
  •  Liquidity

Digital Technology

  • Cyber security
  • Digitalization,
  • IT effectiveness, Service
    continuity

Operational

  • Health and safety
  • Enviroment
  • Procurement, logistics 
    and supply chain
  • People and organization

Compliance

  • Data protecthion

 

 

 

 

Innovation and digitalization
People centricity


Enel Green Power

Operations

  • Net electricity generation
  • Net efficient installed capacity


Performance

  • Revenue
  • Gross operating profit
  • Operating profit
  • Capital expenditure 

Thermal Generation and Trading

 

Operations

  • Net electricity generation
  • Net efficient installed capacity

 

Performance

  • Revenue from thermal and nuclear
    generation
  • Revenue
  • Gross operating profit
  • Operating profit
  • Capital expenditure

2021-2030

Reduction of direct CO2 emissions by 80% compared with
2017, saving the extraction of about 200 million barrels of oil
equivalent.


2021-2023

More than €19 billion invested in Global Power Generation,
with about €17 billion dedicated to expanding renewable
generation capacity, which will rise to 60 GW on a
consolidated basis by 2023.


2021

Acceleration of investment in renewables, especially in Latin
America and North America, supporting industrial growth
within the scope of the Group’s decarbonization policy.

End-user Markets

 

CUSTOMERS

ELECTRIFICATION

 

 

The development of renewable generation assets and technological and digital evolution will foster the electrification of energy consumption and the development of new services for customers.

 

 

 

Innovation and digitalization
People centricity


Operations
  • Sale of electricity
  • Sale of natural gas

Performance

  • Revenue
  • Gross operating profit
  • Operating profit
  • Capital expenditure

2021-2030

The electrification process will enable customers to save
about 25% on their energy bills while reducing their
emissions.


2021-2023About €3 billion invested in the Customer business: the
customer value of the Business to Consumer segment is
expected to increase by about 30%, while that of the Business
to Business segment is expected to expand by about 45%,
thanks to the elimination of regulated rates, mainly in Italy, and
trends in the electrification of energy consumption, which will
promote “beyond commodity” services.


2021

An increase in investments in electrification of consumption,
especially in Italy, in order to leverage the growth
of the customer base, while continuing to implement
efficiency gains, supported by the creation of global
business platforms.

Enel X

 

Innovation and digitalization
People centricity


Operations
  • Demand response
  • Lighting points
  • Storage
  • Charging points

Performance

  • Revenue
  • Gross operating profit
  • Operating profit
  • Capital expenditure

Global Infrastructure
and Networks

 

GRIDS

PLATFORM & DIGITAL

 

 

Investments in enabling infrastructure for the development of grids and the implementation of platform-based models, expertly exploiting technological and digital evolution.

 

 

Innovation and digitalization
People centricity


Operations
  • Electricity distribution and transmission grids
  • Average frequency of interruptions
    per customer
  • Average duration of interruptions
    per customer
  • Grid losses (% avg)

Performance

  • Revenue
  • Gross operating profit
  • Operating profit
  • Capital expenditure

2021-2030

The process of digitalization and the creation of platforms
will make it possible to other a level of service quality three
times greater than current levels, with the System Average
Interruption Duration Index falling to about 100 minutes in
2030.


2021-2023

More than €16 billion invested in Infrastructure and
Networks. The acceleration of investment is expected
to increase the Group RAB to €48 billion by 2023.
 


2021

An increase in investments to improve the quality and
resilience of distribution grids, especially in Italy and Latin
America, with even more progress in their digitalization.