The Extreme E championship highlights the impacts of climate change and points to electrification as the way forward in the fight to contain global warming.
The Energy Transition
We are undergoing an unprecedented change known as the energy transition. This change affects everyone, individually and collectively: people and communities, businesses and industry, and local, national and global institutions.
This change is sparked by the meeting of two epochal events: climate change and the need to find a solution. At the center of the energy transition is electricity, and the road to implementing it is the electrification of uses and consumption.
The Meaning of Electrification
What do we mean when we talk about electrification of uses? We mean using electricity as a carrier to provide services previously met by other energy sources. Electrification is not to be confused with access to electricity, the electricity supply and infrastructure, an electrical product or service, or a commodity.
Electrification with renewable energy from water, sun, and wind equals a better future for all.
Electrification means clean, livable, pleasant and efficient cities in a more sustainable world.
Renewables plus electrification make for resilient societies that can fight climate change.
Electrification brings opportunities to create jobs and value for companies and communities.
Electrification in the race to zero emissions
Powering our transportation systems, cities and businesses with electricity generated by renewables is a key strategy in the global effort to cut emissions
The Enel X Commitment to Electrification
We promote and prioritize electrification as a winning tool to bring about the energy transition, reduce the impact of climate change, achieve decarbonization and construct a new model of sustainable development.
We have a vocation for innovation and digitalization, plus the capacity to translate these drivers into an ecosystem of solutions for people, cities and businesses.