New industrial value chains
enabling economic development, sustainability and resilience, as well as being a crucial lever in reducing CO2 emissions. These subjects all feature significantly in the results of the analysis and recommendations of the Electrify 2030 study carried out by The European House - Ambrosetti in collaboration with Enel X and the Enel Foundation, presented during the Cernobbio Forum.
The research in figures
The advantage of this study is that it is the first to provide an analysis of the entire value chain resulting from electrification from now to 2030, mapping the capabilities of the national system and examining its strengths and weaknesses. It is therefore a fundamental instrument at the service of both the business world and policy makers, providing a genuine assessment of the potential offered by the energy transition and a chance to focus efforts on those sectors with the greatest development possibilities.
CEO and General Manager of Enel
An economic and sustainable impact
The evolution is under way
These figures confirm that Italy’s e-Mobility sector has the greatest potential for growth. In order to support these developments, we need wide-ranging measures that will exploit all the benefits these opportunities provide.
We must encourage the spread of e-mobility, promote energy efficiency, strengthen collaboration between companies and research, increase Italian expertise in cutting-edge electrical technology and make knowledge of the benefits of electrification more widely known; these are all challenges that Enel X is already addressing.