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How electrification can supercharge the energy transition

Action on the climate is urgently required – and electricity will play a key role. Image: Unsplash

Davide Puglielli

Senior Manager, Strategy and Mergers and Acquisitions, Enel

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The electricity generation mix, 2018. Image: IEA, Global CO2 Status Report, 2019
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Power plants under construction or expected to start operation 2020, and expected annual generation in 2020 by source. Image: IEA World Energy Outlook 2018

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