Published on March 9, 2012
Endesa’s business in Latin America will contribute with 3.600 million euros of ebitda while the business in Spain and Portugal with 3.300. This results, with Latin America contributing with more than half of the total gross earnings of the company presided by Borja Prado, reinforce Endesa’s hopes of making Latin America the engine of their business.
These figures were announced yesterday in Rome, where the Enel group presented their results for the year. Endesa, a subsidiary of Enel, presented their 2012-2016 strategic planning. Endesa forecasts a 7.000 million euros ebitda for the present year, while 2011’s ebitda was 7.200 million euros.
The growing business in Latin America is compensating the decrease of the ...
Published on Nov. 29, 2011
Endesa inaugurates a second CCGT (combined cycle gas turbine) in the Granadilla plant. These implementations imply an increase in the total capacity installed from the previous existing 230 Mw, to the now upgraded 743 Mw.
The CCGT comprises two gas turbines and a steam turbine which are interconnected, and is equipped to operate as a closed-cycle facility or as an open-cycle facility, i.e. only using the two gas turbines. This structure allows the facility to meet the real grid needs of electricity with the plant production capacity.
This new CCGT now coordinates with the one installed in the Granadilla plant in 2006, and together with the rest of Endesa electric production facilities amounts to a total installed capacity of 1.059 Mw in the island.
The plant is cooled with sea water and complies with all Spanish and EU environmental regulations.
Published on Nov. 28, 2011
This investment will be aimed to create a smart greed in the city which will allow Endesa customer to optimize their energy consumption, allowing them to know in real time their energy consumption and for so, creating and energy saving conscience. The project entails the implantation of several cutting-edge facilities already used by Enel´s network during the last 10 years.
Endesa pretends with this program to adapt its infrastructure to a new model, more competitive in terms of efficiency and sustainability, reducing the consumption of energy and therefore the emission of greenhouse effect gases.
This project will be rolled-out in two phases, the first one lasting until the end of November and affecting around 50.000 households, in the second phase the program will be extended to the rest of the city households.