WARNING: As this organisation lists one or more EP accredited lobbyists, it is highly improbable that its lobbying costs are lower than €10,000.
WARNING: The lobbying costs declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.
2,000,000€ - 2,249,999€
Lobbyists declared: 6.25 FTE (19)
WARNING: The number of full time equivalent lobbyists declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.
Lobbyists with EP accreditation: 10
Meetings with European Commission: 36
Lobbying costs over the years:
Registration on EU Transparency Register
Goals / Remit
Enel is a multinational power company and a leading integrated player in the world’s power and gas markets, with a particular focus on Europe and Latin America. Enel Group operates in over 30 countries across 4 continents, producing energy through a net installed capacity of more than 89 GW and distributes electricity and gas through a network of approximately 1.9 million kilometers. With over 61 million users worldwide, Enel has the largest customer base among European competitors and figures among Europe’s leading power companies in terms of installed capacity and reported EBITDA.
In 2015, the Enel Group generated a total of 284.0 TWh of electricity (283.1 TWh in 2014), distributed 417.4 TWh on its networks (411.1 TWh in 2014) and sold 260.1 TWh (261.0 TWh in 2014).
Enel’s 2015 revenues amounted to 75.7 billion euros, while EBITDA amounted to 15.3 billion euros.
Almost 68,000 people work for Enel. The Group manages a highly diverse network of power plants: hydroelectric, thermoelectric, nuclear, geothermal, wind, solar PV and other renewable sources. Nearly half of the electricity Enel produced by Enel is free of carbon dioxide emissions, making it one of the world’s major producers of clean energy.
Enel is deeply committed to the renewable energies sector and to researching and developing new environmentally friendly technologies. Enel Green Power (EGP) is a publicly traded Enel Group company dedicated to the production of energy from renewable sources that manages 10.5 GW of installed capacity from hydro, wind and solar arrays and biomass and cogeneration plants in Europe, the Americas, India and Africa. EGP has the highest level of technological diversification among companies operating in the renewable energy sector.
Enel is the first utility in the world to replace conventional electromechanical meters with socalled
‘smart meters’, modern electronic meters that enable reading consumption levels in real time and managing contracts remotely. Today, about 32 million Italian retail customers possess an electronic meter developed and installed by Enel. The Group is also in the process of
installing another 13 million smart meters for customers in Spain and is implementing pilot projects in ‘smart cities’ like Búzios (Brazil) and Santiago (Chile). This innovative measurement system is essential to the development of smart grids, smart cities and electric mobility.
Safety is a top priority for the Enel Group, which has adopted a proactive approach in this area so fundamental to its business, dedicating particular attention to prevention and promoting a culture of safety.
Listed on the Milan stock exchange since 1999, Enel has the highest number of shareholders of any Italian company, with 1.1 million retail and institutional investors. The most important of Enel‟s shareholders is the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance. In addition to Enel itself, another 13 Enel Group companies are traded on the stock exchanges of Italy, Spain, Russia, Argentina, Brasil, Chile and Peru.
Enel‟s commitment to values embodied in its Code of Ethics, its Sustainability Report and the adoption of international best practices promoting environmental protection, transparency and corporate governance, have all attracted international investment funds, insurance companies, pension funds and ethical funds to its shareholder register.
- Energy Union and all related policies - Electrification and decarbonization - Market design and New Deal for consumers - Renewables and Energy Efficiency - ETS reform - Climate change policies - Air Quality package - MIFID II - EU funding (Horizon 2020, CEF) - Fiscal Policies - European Social Dialogue - State Aid and Competition - External Energy policies - Environmental policies
Viale Regina Margherita, 137
Tel: 3906 83051111
Lobbyists with EP accreditation
Person in charge of EU relations
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AECA; Bruegel; Business Europe; CCE; CEPS; Confindustria (Brussels delegation); CSR Europe; Ceps; CERRE; Cigré; EDSO for Smart Grids; Eurelectric; European Energy Forum (EEF); Efet; Eppa; Etn; Eu40; Eurogas; Foe; Giignl; Ieta; Ome; Mentor Group.
(datas referred to 2015)
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European Electricity Grid Initiative (EEGI), one of the European Industrial Initiatives under the Strategic Energy Technologies Plan (SET-PLAN) http://www.gridplus.eu/eegi
Expert groups (European Commission)
Horizon 2020 Advisory Group on Energy RTD - DG Research and Innovation and DG Energy http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfm?pg=h2020-experts
Intergroups (European Parliament)
Industry forums (European Parliament)
European Energy Forum http://www.europeanenergyforum.eu/ EU40 http://www.eu40.eu/
The main information activities towards institutional stakeholders build on energy, environmental and climate policies connected with all the typologies of energy in which Enel is involved in (e.g. hydroelectric, thermoelectric, nuclear, geothermal, wind, and photovoltaic energy). Enel is also interested in all the European activities which directly/indirectly regard the energy sector (competition law, tax law, regulation,consumers protection, corporate social responsability, etc.).
Meetings with European Commission36 meetings found.
The list below only covers meetings held since November 2014 with commissioners, their cabinet members or directors-general at the European Commission; other lobby meetings with lower-level staff may have taken place, but the European Commission doesn't publish information about such meetings. All information below comes from European Commission web pages.
- 15 Nov 2016 - Joachim Balke Maria Cristina Lobillo Borrero - Electricity Market Design (DG Climate & Energy)
- 09 Nov 2016 - Arianna Vannini - Energy Union (DG External Action)
- 27 Sep 2016 - Director-General Dominique Ristori - Energy policy (DG Energy)
- 06 Sep 2016 - Riccardo Maggi - Better regulation in climate and energy (DG Better Regulation)
- 06 Sep 2016 - High Representative / Vice-President Federica Mogherini - Africa - renewable energy (DG External Action)
- 06 Sep 2016 - First Vice-President Frans Timmermans - Better regulation in climate and energy (DG Better Regulation)
- 14 Jul 2016 - Soren Schonberg - Market design reform and capacity mechanisms (DG Competition)
- 23 Jun 2016 - Fabrizia Panzetti - Follow up on Enel activities (DG External Action)
- 13 Jun 2016 - Director-General Marco Buti - Exchange of views on European industry, business environment, economic growth strategy (DG Economic and Financial Affairs)
- 09 Jun 2016 - Director-General Dominique Ristori - Energy policy (DG Energy)
- 19 Apr 2016 - Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete - Electricity Market Design (DG Climate & Energy)
- 04 Apr 2016 - Arianna Vannini - Energy market developments (DG External Action)
- 23 Feb 2016 - Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete - 2nd EU Energy Summit - breakfast roundtable (DG Climate & Energy)
- 18 Feb 2016 - Robert SCHRÖDER - H2020 and Energy (DG Research)
- 27 Nov 2015 - Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete - Internal Energy Market (DG Climate & Energy)
- 20 Nov 2015 - Director-General Dominique Ristori - European energy policy (DG Energy)
- 16 Nov 2015 - Bernd Biervert - Electricity market design, renewables (DG Energy Union)
- 08 Oct 2015 - Maria Da Graca Carvalho - Energy Union (DG Research)
- 17 Sep 2015 - Maria Cristina Lobillo Borrero Isaac Valero Ladron - Investment in Algeria (DG Climate & Energy)
- 17 Sep 2015 - Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete - Investment in Algeria (DG Climate & Energy)
- 17 Sep 2015 - Director-General Dominique Ristori - European energy policies (DG Energy)
- 16 Jul 2015 - Director-General Jos Delbeke - ETS (DG Climate Action)
- 23 Jun 2015 - Joachim Balke - Internal Electricity Market (DG Climate & Energy)
- 23 Jun 2015 - Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete - Internal Electricity Market (DG Climate & Energy)
- 04 Jun 2015 - Joachim Balke Maria Cristina Lobillo Borrero - Meeting to exchange of views both on the so called “Summer package” (DG Climate & Energy)
- 13 May 2015 - Kaius Kristian Hedberg Agnieszka Drzewoska - Italian electricity market (DG Internal Market)
- 05 May 2015 - Stefano Manservisi - Climate change diplomacy (DG External Action)
- 22 Apr 2015 - Director-General Daniel Calleja Crespo - Internal Market Strategy - Industrial development in Latin America (DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs)
- 18 Feb 2015 - Arianna Vannini - Energy Union (DG External Action)
- 17 Feb 2015 - Director-General Dominique Ristori - European Energy Policy priorities (DG Energy)
- 28 Jan 2015 - Silvia Bartolini - Energy Union (DG Climate & Energy)
- 28 Jan 2015 - Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič - Presentation of ENEL (DG Energy Union)
- 28 Jan 2015 - Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete - Energy Union (DG Climate & Energy)
- 28 Jan 2015 - Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič - Energy Union (DG Energy Union)
- 11 Dec 2014 - Director-General Dominique Ristori - European Energy Policy priorities (DG Energy)
- 09 Dec 2014 - Maria Cristina Lobillo Borrero Joachim Balke Silvia Bartolini - Framework 2030 of the internal energy market and the future investment package proposed by the President Juncker (DG Climate & Energy)