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33. ENEL X, Utility 2.0 - Redefining Energy Podcast

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CEO Megawatt-X

Laurent is a Franco-British financier, founder of Megawatt-X, the London-based global platform for Renewable Energy Assets. For the past twenty years, Laurent has been trading and managing...

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Episode 33 of the Redefining Energy podcast: 

We have the pleasure and an honor to invite Francesco Venturini, CEO of ENEL X. ENEL X is the Energy Services division of the Italian giant ENEL.
ENEL X regroups all new activities of ENEL: Emobility, EV charging, Demand Response, Rooftop Solar, Energy Storage, Public Lighting,..

Francesco Venturini gives a strategic overview of all those businesses, discuss how they are managed around anchoring platforms. 
We are introduced to the new type of Utility that we call Utility 2.0: Asset light, digital eco-systems, client-oriented. Francesco describes the switch from a Commodity-based model to a Service-based model and how ENEL X is shaping, at breakneck pace, the Utility of tomorrow.

 

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Matt Chester on Sep 1, 2020

It's always great to hear someone inside the utility industry describe how they recognize the future of the industry will resemble its past less and less-- we need to get ready to adapt (or, better yet, lead the way on those changes)

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