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Looking for a career change? Enel Green Power is now hiring. Special Earth Day post!

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A little about Enel:

Enel Green Power is present in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania, with a managed capacity of about 40 GW and over 1,200 plants in 30 countries. Their production mix includes the main renewable sources: wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal and biomass. The clean energy generated by their plants is able to meet the consumption needs of millions of families around the world and helps reduce carbon emissions, combating climate change and facilitating a new model of decarbonised development.

Sustainable Development:
Enel's development strategy is based on technological and geographic diversification, focusing activities on expanding markets, which are characterised by the ready availability of natural resources, high growth rates in energy demand and stable socio-economic contexts. Their development strategy contemplates sustainability in all its aspects in order to work in an innovative way, less with the logic of reaction to critical issues and more with a proactive approach, aimed at identifying opportunities for creating shared value for the company and the territory.

Renewables: An Open Door to the Future
Enel believes that renewable sources are an important tool both for promoting the competitiveness of production systems in various countries and for ensuring the security of energy source supply. The widespread production of electricity from water, sun, wind and heat from the earth contributes to greater energy autonomy for nations, and at the same time supports the safeguarding of the environment.

Interested in working for Enel, see some of their most recent open positions below:

For over 100 other job openings visit Enel's company page on


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