Endesa

Endesa

Endesa generates, distributes, and supplies electricity in Spain and Portugal.

Endesa is an electric utility company generating, distributing, and supplying electricity. They are leaders in the Spanish electric power industry and the second operator in the Portuguese electric market. Endesa operates 22.7 gigawatts of installed generation capacity split among hydroelectric, nuclear, coal, natural gas, oil, solar, and wind. The company also operates in the natural gas sector, supplying gas to retail and business customers in Spain and France.

Endesa was founded in 1944 and is headquartered in Madrid, Spain. In 2009 Endesa became part of the Enel Group, a leading multinational in the world electricity and gas markets focused on the European and Latin American markets. The Enel Group owns 70.71% of Endesa.

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Andrea Lo Faso

Human Resources and Organisation

Borja Acha Besga

Legal and Corporate Affairs Consultancy

Gianluca Caccialupi

Infrastructures and Networks

Ignacio Jiménez Soler

Communication

Javier Uriarte Monereo

Sales

José Casas Marín

Institutional Relations and Regulation

Josep Trabado Farré

Endesa X

Juan María Moreno Mellado

Energy management

Luca Passa

Administration, Finance and Control

María Malaxechevarría Grande

Sustainability

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May 14, 2019
WebWire
Endesa has received the first ever green loan awarded by the Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO). This type of financing is intended to help companies invest in energy efficiency measures or those which promote renewable energy generation. The Euros 300 million loan awarded to Endesa will be paid back over 12 years with a two-year grace period on the loan principal. It will be earmarked to construct and commission wind and solar farms in 2019 with a joint capacity of 789 MW located in Arag...
February 21, 2019
WebWire
, , , , • Over 700 professionals across 24 of the group's thermal generation plants in Spain have started training in de-energising management works (the physical locking of equipment) with a solution developed by Indra. , , • The initiative falls within the framework of Endesa's digitalization process -- through which state-of-the-art technology for digital transformation is being applied -- and the recent implementation of the LOTO (Lockout-Tagout) methodology, a new physical locking and taggin...
February 7, 2019
WebWire
Alvinesa Natural Ingredients has signed a contract with Endesa for the building of a photovoltaic solar energy plant at its site in Daimiel, Ciudad Real. The installation will have a peak power of 2500 kW, and will have the very latest technology: high-yield polycrystalline solar panels. It will be attached to the factory the firm has on the El Campillo industrial estate. The investment will be some two million euros in total, and it is expected that, once all the relevant permits have bee...

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