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Milan, June 17th 2015
WAME Seminar:
Renewable Energy and Innovation to provide
sustainable energy for all
The challenge of
execution
Argentina
• 1° in generation (2) (11%)
• 2° in distribution (17%)
• Capacity: 4.4 GW
• 2.5 M customers
Enel's global presence (1)
Global diversified player in more than 30 countries1) As of 31st December 2014
2) Among private operators
USA and Canada
• Capacity: 2.1 GW
Central America
• Capacity: 0.8 GW
Colombia
• 1° in generation (2) (21%)
• 1° in distribution (2) (22%)
• Capacity: 3.0 GW
• 2.8 M customers
Peru
• 1° in generation (22%)
• 2° in distribution (31%)
• Capacity: 1.9 GW
• 1.3 M customers
Chile
• 1° in generation (27%)
• 1° in distribution (33%)
• Capacity: 6.8 GW (of which 0.5 GW)
• 1.7 M customers
Brazil
• Presence in generation (1%) and
distribution (7%)
• Capacity: 1.3 GW (of which 0.4 GW)
• 6.4 M customers
Uruguay
• Capacity under construction
Italy
• 1° in generation (27%)
• 1° in distribution (85%)
• Capacity: 36.8 GW (of which 3.1 GW)
• 30,7 M customers power-gas
• Upstream gas activities
Iberia
• 1° in generation (24%)
• 1° in distribution (42%)
• Capacity: 23.5 GW (of which 1.8 GW)
• 12.5 M customers power+gas
Russia
• Presence in generation (5%)
• Capacity: 9.1 GW
• Presence in retail
Slovakia
• 1° in generation (82%)
• Capacity: 4,9 GW
Rest of
• Presence in generation
• 0.7 GW (of which 0.3 GW)
• Presence in retail
Europe Indonesia
• Trading activities
Africa
• ~0.1 GW (of which 10 MW)
• Upstream gas activities
Romania
• 2° in distribution (36%)
• Capacity: 0.5 GW
• 2,7 M customers
Enel presence
Enel Green Power presence
# ° Market position
% Market share
GW Enel Green Power Capacity
2
1. Capacity and production as of December 31, 2014
27%
9%
60%
4%
36%
19%
44%
1%
0%
Geo Hydro Wind Biomass Solar
EUROPE
Capacity: 5,8 GW
Production: 20,7 TWh
NORTH AMERICA
Capacity: 2,1 GW
Production: 6,7 TWh
LATIN AMERICA
Capacity: 1,7 GW
Production: 4,4 TWh
Installed Capacity = 9,6 GW
Production = 31,8 TWh
In execution = 2,0 GW
Enel Green Power today
Global leadership in renewables development
3
4 macro-areas with BD origination
Current EGP Presence
16 countries with operations
Italy
Spain
Portugal
France
Romania
Bulgaria
Greece
Canada
USA
Mexico
Guatemala
El Salvador
Costa Rica
Panama
Brazil
Chile
New markets already addressed
9 countries with advanced project development
Morocco
Turkey
South Africa
Colombia
Peru
Ecuador
Namibia
Kenya
Russia
BD countries under screening Areas of possible future interest
Northern Africa: Egypt,
Tunisia, Libya, Algeria
Southern and Eastern
Africa: Uganda,
Mozambique, Botswana,
Tanzania, Ethiopia
South America: Uruguay
Middle East: Saudi
Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Oman
Southern and
Eastern Asian
EGP Growth Strategy
Geographical Diversification: Potential Expansion Areas
4
5
Access to energy
1.4 billion people worldwide currently
without access to energy
Universal Access to Energy is the 1st objective of the UN Sustainable
Energy for all Initiative (Enel is the only Italian company to sit in the
Board of Directors)
Within the framework of SE4All the Enel Group has launched a
dedicated program, “Enabling Electricity” including over 30 projects to
guarantee access to electricity for 5 million people in the world
Brazil - Ecoelce, Ecoampla & Chile – Ecochilectra
The objective is to stimulate, through discounts on electricity bills, the
collection and recycling of waste in the poorest areas of the large urban
centers, and at the same time, to allow “legal” use of electricity to people.
ENabling Electricity 2011-2014
Enel Main Projects
Partnership with the Barefoot College
Enel Green Power has signed an agreement for the realization of a rural
electrification project in Latin America with Barefoot College. The model
devised by Barefoot College involves 39 indentifying young, illiterate
grandmothers (aged 35 to 50), to be put on a special training program to
become Barefoot Solar Engineers.
TOB (Triangle-based Omni-purpose Building)
An independent habitable structure, easily assembled and completely flexible.
Through exploitation of the available renewable resources, it produces
electricity and accumulates it to make it available when necessary, with the
aim to provide energy and essential services in isolated areas
6
Enabling Electricity 2015 - 2019
New Enel Criteria
7
All sustainability projects that are ‘energy’ related by providing:
• Access to electricity for disadvantaged people
• Training and capacity building on energy
• Technological and infrastructural accessibility
• Fostering Energy efficiency
• Promotion of energy awareness
ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY
Projects that are focused on enabling disadvantaged
individuals and communities to have access to electricity,
including low income and disadvantage customer facilitations
ABATING ECONOMIC BARRIERS TO ACCESS
ELECTRICITY
Initiatives strongly focused on technical aspects, usually
designed for workers, contractors, or people in rural
communities
PROMOTING TECHNICAL TRAINING AND
CAPACITY BUILDING ON ENERGY
Activities focused on infrastructural development aimed at
improving access to electricity for communities in isolated
areas
DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGICAL AND
INFRASTRUCTURAL ACCESSIBILITY
Projects designed to increase and develop energy efficient
consumption among customers and useFOSTERING ENERGY EFFICIENCY
PROMOTING ENERGY AWARENESS
Promoting projects designed to increase and develop people’s
awareness of energy through workshop, training session,
lecture and so on
7
8
Last tenders results:
50-70$/MWh Wind
60-80$/MWh PV
Renewables role in meeting demand for power
9
Clear sky day Cloudy day
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16/03/201419:12 17/03/201400:00 17/03/201404:48 17/03/201409:36 17/03/201414:24 17/03/201419:12 18/03/201400:00
AverageOutput Power [kW] Maximum OutputPower [kW] Minimum Output Power [kW]
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21/03/2014 19:12 22/03/2014 00:00 22/03/2014 04:48 22/03/2014 09:36 22/03/2014 14:24 22/03/2014 19:12 23/03/2014 00:00
AverageOutput Power [kW] Maximum OutputPower [kW] Minimum Output Power [kW]
• Large Variation in few minutes in case of cloudy days
• Good average forecast
Threat or Opportunity
PV power plant
10
Storage technologies
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100110120130
PumpedHydro Storage
CompressedAirStorage
Flow Battery
Flywheel
Heat Thermal Storage
Hydrogen Storage
Lead-acid Battery
Lithium-ion Battery
Nickel based Battery
Sodium based Battery
Molten salt thermal storage
Application number
Technology
Solar
Wind
 Different types of
storage technologies
for solar and wind
power generation
 Lithium–ion batteries
are mostly used for
RES power
generation worldwide
Source: ELIS Counsulting Academy
Storage technologies in solar and wind power generation
11
Global Market is expected to rapidly grow for
utility scale for ESS
Source: Navigant Research ‘’Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Energy Storage
 Catania 1 (PV – Italy, 10MW limited to 8MW)
- 1MW/2MWh Nickel Chloride Battery installed on
December 2014, currently under commissioning
- Aim of the experimentation: focus on energy
shifting and ancillary services, while limiting
unbalances (COD last week)
 Potenza Pietragalla (Wind – Italy, 18MW)
- 2MW/2MWh Lithium Battery, to be installed by May
2015; battery currently under construction
- Aim of the experimentation: focus on limiting
unbalances and ancillary services
 Additional Wind Site: 4MW/1MWh Lithium Titanate Battery,
to be installed by 2015. Battery currently ready for installation.
To be used for ancillary services using high C-rate battery
 Additional renewable site: 1,5MW/3MWh Li-Ion Battery to be
installed early 2016 to be used for energy service (low C-rate)
Grid Connected
RES Power Plants:
A. Ancillary
services (active
grid integration
and regulation)
B. Energy shift
(price arbitrage)
C. Unbalance
reduction
Pilot projects on-grid
IPP Renewable with Storage
12
Off-Grid
RES-Hybrid Power
Plants:
 Primary Energy
Resource for remote
sites, system must be
capable of replacing
a conventional
generation set, while
ensuring reliable
operation in typically
harsh Environments
 Emerging business of
potential EGP
interest
 Ollagüe (Hybrid Generation Power Plant with storage -
Chile) – Construction completed, in evaluation phase
Description
- PV, 200 kWp 3Sun thin film modules
- WTG, vertical axis, 30kWp
- Sodium Nickel Chloride battery 250 kW - 520kWh energy
storage system
- Diesel Generators as backup
- Additional, 2 Thermodynamic systems of 1 kWe + 3kWt
each, providing hot water to local school
Aim of the project
- First of a kind off-grid generation system for EGP, possible
model to applied to similar off-grid or grid limited sites
- Supply 24hs/day 7 days/week energy to an off-grid village
placed at 3700 AMSL in a desert area of Chile, removing
the restriction of the village to having access to energy
during night time
- Minimizing the consumption of fuel from existing diesel
generator to only limited time in winter (expected >84% of
generation from RES)
- Testing advanced renewable technologies and storage
system in a harsh environment, with large temperature
range
Pilot projects off-grid
Hybrid Generation Power Plant with storage
13
Ollagüe project
Site description
14
Population: about 200
Activities: mining, public services
Buildings: 151
Planta Solar PV
205 kWp
Banco de Baterías
tipo 2NaCl-Ni
752 kWh
Generador eólico
30 kW
Generador diesel
250 kW
Sistema “pasivo” de generación
Red Aislada
TRINUM
Sistema
termodinámico
cogenerativo a
concentración
Sistema activo
Gestión Remota
15
Ollague: Sustainable operation model
Participation of communities, institutions, business and universities
First level maintenance
Indigenous community
Operation Analysis and Monitoring
EGP – El Abra –Supervision Committee–
Chile and Antofagasta University
Gestión Técnica
-
Gestión
administrativa
-
Autonomía
-Operation and Maintance
Ollague Municipality
“At Enel we are carrying out more than 30 projects through our Enabling Electricity initiative and these projects
have worked because we have been able to directly engage people. The combination of people's empowerment
and commitment has made this model fly.”
Francesco Starace, Enel CEO
Access to electricity: main benefits
Education*: +17% time dedicated to study
Health*: -15% of lightinh costs. These
savings are usually devoted to health
spending
Economy: increase in entrepreneuship (In
Ollague mainly in the tourist sector) thanks
to 24/h electricity
* Powering Education, 2014
Ollague Operating Data
Energy Supplied by BESS= 600 kwh
BESS power supply
PV generation and
BESS recharging
Diesel Generation,
BESS charging to
100%
As day before
16
Off-Grid
RES-Hybrid Power
Plants:
 Primary Energy Resource
for remote sites, system
must be capable of
replacing a conventional
generation set, while
ensuring reliable
operation in typically
harsh Environments
 Emerging business of
potential EGP interest
 Mexico
 US
 Chile
 Spain
 Romania
 Greece
 Peru
 Kenya
 South Africa
Grid Connected RES
Power Plants:
A. Ancillary services
(active grid integration
and regulation)
B. Energy shift (price
arbitrage)
C. Unbalance reduction
Additional storage opportunities under
investigation
Markets currently
under scouting
17

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Riccardo Amoroso, Enel Green Power

  • 1. Milan, June 17th 2015 WAME Seminar: Renewable Energy and Innovation to provide sustainable energy for all The challenge of execution
  • 2. Argentina • 1° in generation (2) (11%) • 2° in distribution (17%) • Capacity: 4.4 GW • 2.5 M customers Enel's global presence (1) Global diversified player in more than 30 countries1) As of 31st December 2014 2) Among private operators USA and Canada • Capacity: 2.1 GW Central America • Capacity: 0.8 GW Colombia • 1° in generation (2) (21%) • 1° in distribution (2) (22%) • Capacity: 3.0 GW • 2.8 M customers Peru • 1° in generation (22%) • 2° in distribution (31%) • Capacity: 1.9 GW • 1.3 M customers Chile • 1° in generation (27%) • 1° in distribution (33%) • Capacity: 6.8 GW (of which 0.5 GW) • 1.7 M customers Brazil • Presence in generation (1%) and distribution (7%) • Capacity: 1.3 GW (of which 0.4 GW) • 6.4 M customers Uruguay • Capacity under construction Italy • 1° in generation (27%) • 1° in distribution (85%) • Capacity: 36.8 GW (of which 3.1 GW) • 30,7 M customers power-gas • Upstream gas activities Iberia • 1° in generation (24%) • 1° in distribution (42%) • Capacity: 23.5 GW (of which 1.8 GW) • 12.5 M customers power+gas Russia • Presence in generation (5%) • Capacity: 9.1 GW • Presence in retail Slovakia • 1° in generation (82%) • Capacity: 4,9 GW Rest of • Presence in generation • 0.7 GW (of which 0.3 GW) • Presence in retail Europe Indonesia • Trading activities Africa • ~0.1 GW (of which 10 MW) • Upstream gas activities Romania • 2° in distribution (36%) • Capacity: 0.5 GW • 2,7 M customers Enel presence Enel Green Power presence # ° Market position % Market share GW Enel Green Power Capacity 2
  • 3. 1. Capacity and production as of December 31, 2014 27% 9% 60% 4% 36% 19% 44% 1% 0% Geo Hydro Wind Biomass Solar EUROPE Capacity: 5,8 GW Production: 20,7 TWh NORTH AMERICA Capacity: 2,1 GW Production: 6,7 TWh LATIN AMERICA Capacity: 1,7 GW Production: 4,4 TWh Installed Capacity = 9,6 GW Production = 31,8 TWh In execution = 2,0 GW Enel Green Power today Global leadership in renewables development 3
  • 4. 4 macro-areas with BD origination Current EGP Presence 16 countries with operations Italy Spain Portugal France Romania Bulgaria Greece Canada USA Mexico Guatemala El Salvador Costa Rica Panama Brazil Chile New markets already addressed 9 countries with advanced project development Morocco Turkey South Africa Colombia Peru Ecuador Namibia Kenya Russia BD countries under screening Areas of possible future interest Northern Africa: Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria Southern and Eastern Africa: Uganda, Mozambique, Botswana, Tanzania, Ethiopia South America: Uruguay Middle East: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Oman Southern and Eastern Asian EGP Growth Strategy Geographical Diversification: Potential Expansion Areas 4
  • 5. 5 Access to energy 1.4 billion people worldwide currently without access to energy Universal Access to Energy is the 1st objective of the UN Sustainable Energy for all Initiative (Enel is the only Italian company to sit in the Board of Directors) Within the framework of SE4All the Enel Group has launched a dedicated program, “Enabling Electricity” including over 30 projects to guarantee access to electricity for 5 million people in the world
  • 6. Brazil - Ecoelce, Ecoampla & Chile – Ecochilectra The objective is to stimulate, through discounts on electricity bills, the collection and recycling of waste in the poorest areas of the large urban centers, and at the same time, to allow “legal” use of electricity to people. ENabling Electricity 2011-2014 Enel Main Projects Partnership with the Barefoot College Enel Green Power has signed an agreement for the realization of a rural electrification project in Latin America with Barefoot College. The model devised by Barefoot College involves 39 indentifying young, illiterate grandmothers (aged 35 to 50), to be put on a special training program to become Barefoot Solar Engineers. TOB (Triangle-based Omni-purpose Building) An independent habitable structure, easily assembled and completely flexible. Through exploitation of the available renewable resources, it produces electricity and accumulates it to make it available when necessary, with the aim to provide energy and essential services in isolated areas 6
  • 7. Enabling Electricity 2015 - 2019 New Enel Criteria 7 All sustainability projects that are ‘energy’ related by providing: • Access to electricity for disadvantaged people • Training and capacity building on energy • Technological and infrastructural accessibility • Fostering Energy efficiency • Promotion of energy awareness ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY Projects that are focused on enabling disadvantaged individuals and communities to have access to electricity, including low income and disadvantage customer facilitations ABATING ECONOMIC BARRIERS TO ACCESS ELECTRICITY Initiatives strongly focused on technical aspects, usually designed for workers, contractors, or people in rural communities PROMOTING TECHNICAL TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING ON ENERGY Activities focused on infrastructural development aimed at improving access to electricity for communities in isolated areas DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGICAL AND INFRASTRUCTURAL ACCESSIBILITY Projects designed to increase and develop energy efficient consumption among customers and useFOSTERING ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROMOTING ENERGY AWARENESS Promoting projects designed to increase and develop people’s awareness of energy through workshop, training session, lecture and so on 7
  • 8. 8 Last tenders results: 50-70$/MWh Wind 60-80$/MWh PV Renewables role in meeting demand for power
  • 9. 9 Clear sky day Cloudy day -100 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 16/03/201419:12 17/03/201400:00 17/03/201404:48 17/03/201409:36 17/03/201414:24 17/03/201419:12 18/03/201400:00 AverageOutput Power [kW] Maximum OutputPower [kW] Minimum Output Power [kW] -100 100 300 500 700 900 1100 21/03/2014 19:12 22/03/2014 00:00 22/03/2014 04:48 22/03/2014 09:36 22/03/2014 14:24 22/03/2014 19:12 23/03/2014 00:00 AverageOutput Power [kW] Maximum OutputPower [kW] Minimum Output Power [kW] • Large Variation in few minutes in case of cloudy days • Good average forecast Threat or Opportunity PV power plant
  • 10. 10 Storage technologies 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100110120130 PumpedHydro Storage CompressedAirStorage Flow Battery Flywheel Heat Thermal Storage Hydrogen Storage Lead-acid Battery Lithium-ion Battery Nickel based Battery Sodium based Battery Molten salt thermal storage Application number Technology Solar Wind  Different types of storage technologies for solar and wind power generation  Lithium–ion batteries are mostly used for RES power generation worldwide Source: ELIS Counsulting Academy Storage technologies in solar and wind power generation
  • 11. 11 Global Market is expected to rapidly grow for utility scale for ESS Source: Navigant Research ‘’Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Energy Storage
  • 12.  Catania 1 (PV – Italy, 10MW limited to 8MW) - 1MW/2MWh Nickel Chloride Battery installed on December 2014, currently under commissioning - Aim of the experimentation: focus on energy shifting and ancillary services, while limiting unbalances (COD last week)  Potenza Pietragalla (Wind – Italy, 18MW) - 2MW/2MWh Lithium Battery, to be installed by May 2015; battery currently under construction - Aim of the experimentation: focus on limiting unbalances and ancillary services  Additional Wind Site: 4MW/1MWh Lithium Titanate Battery, to be installed by 2015. Battery currently ready for installation. To be used for ancillary services using high C-rate battery  Additional renewable site: 1,5MW/3MWh Li-Ion Battery to be installed early 2016 to be used for energy service (low C-rate) Grid Connected RES Power Plants: A. Ancillary services (active grid integration and regulation) B. Energy shift (price arbitrage) C. Unbalance reduction Pilot projects on-grid IPP Renewable with Storage 12
  • 13. Off-Grid RES-Hybrid Power Plants:  Primary Energy Resource for remote sites, system must be capable of replacing a conventional generation set, while ensuring reliable operation in typically harsh Environments  Emerging business of potential EGP interest  Ollagüe (Hybrid Generation Power Plant with storage - Chile) – Construction completed, in evaluation phase Description - PV, 200 kWp 3Sun thin film modules - WTG, vertical axis, 30kWp - Sodium Nickel Chloride battery 250 kW - 520kWh energy storage system - Diesel Generators as backup - Additional, 2 Thermodynamic systems of 1 kWe + 3kWt each, providing hot water to local school Aim of the project - First of a kind off-grid generation system for EGP, possible model to applied to similar off-grid or grid limited sites - Supply 24hs/day 7 days/week energy to an off-grid village placed at 3700 AMSL in a desert area of Chile, removing the restriction of the village to having access to energy during night time - Minimizing the consumption of fuel from existing diesel generator to only limited time in winter (expected >84% of generation from RES) - Testing advanced renewable technologies and storage system in a harsh environment, with large temperature range Pilot projects off-grid Hybrid Generation Power Plant with storage 13
  • 14. Ollagüe project Site description 14 Population: about 200 Activities: mining, public services Buildings: 151 Planta Solar PV 205 kWp Banco de Baterías tipo 2NaCl-Ni 752 kWh Generador eólico 30 kW Generador diesel 250 kW Sistema “pasivo” de generación Red Aislada TRINUM Sistema termodinámico cogenerativo a concentración Sistema activo Gestión Remota
  • 15. 15 Ollague: Sustainable operation model Participation of communities, institutions, business and universities First level maintenance Indigenous community Operation Analysis and Monitoring EGP – El Abra –Supervision Committee– Chile and Antofagasta University Gestión Técnica - Gestión administrativa - Autonomía -Operation and Maintance Ollague Municipality “At Enel we are carrying out more than 30 projects through our Enabling Electricity initiative and these projects have worked because we have been able to directly engage people. The combination of people's empowerment and commitment has made this model fly.” Francesco Starace, Enel CEO Access to electricity: main benefits Education*: +17% time dedicated to study Health*: -15% of lightinh costs. These savings are usually devoted to health spending Economy: increase in entrepreneuship (In Ollague mainly in the tourist sector) thanks to 24/h electricity * Powering Education, 2014
  • 16. Ollague Operating Data Energy Supplied by BESS= 600 kwh BESS power supply PV generation and BESS recharging Diesel Generation, BESS charging to 100% As day before 16
  • 17. Off-Grid RES-Hybrid Power Plants:  Primary Energy Resource for remote sites, system must be capable of replacing a conventional generation set, while ensuring reliable operation in typically harsh Environments  Emerging business of potential EGP interest  Mexico  US  Chile  Spain  Romania  Greece  Peru  Kenya  South Africa Grid Connected RES Power Plants: A. Ancillary services (active grid integration and regulation) B. Energy shift (price arbitrage) C. Unbalance reduction Additional storage opportunities under investigation Markets currently under scouting 17

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  4. …For a company striving to embed sustainability into its business strategy, from strategic planning to capital investment decisions, SHORT-TERMISM is absolutely one of the most tricky obstacles to face with. Therefore as companies we must find our way to reduce the negative impact that short-termism has on our long-term strategies and investments. The Holy Graal should be trying to change investors mindsets through: increasing disclosure on ESG performances towards them, providing them with a always wider thus richer set of data; improving traceability of non-financial information trying to guarantee accountability and reliability; fostering materiality of information, mapping and calibrating the issues and expectations of stakeholders, matching them against the industrial strategy, with the means and processes with which the Company responds to such expectations; enhancing integrated reporting of financial and non financial information, also by engaging with investors in order to understand which are the main ESG priorities for them. As Enel, in cooperation with Georgeson, we engaged twice with investors, in 2011 and in early 2014 in order to find out which are the main ESG priorities a company should focus on, when embedding CSR into business strategy…. Apart from enabling companies to better target their strategies and communications, conducting a survey of investors’ needs and interests should also provide companies with the confidence to more effectively respond to very short-term investors….
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  8. Intermittency Reduction (Unbalance) Active Grid Integration and support (Ancillary services supply) Arbitrage (Peak Shaving –Energy shift)
  9. Intermittency Reduction (Unbalance) Active Grid Integration and support (Ancillary services supply) Arbitrage (Peak Shaving –Energy shift)
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  12. Intermittency Reduction (Unbalance) Active Grid Integration and support (Ancillary services supply) Arbitrage (Peak Shaving –Energy shift)