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In Argentina, Enel X works on the development of four fields that contribute to improving people´s lives, and their communities: e-City, e-Home, e-Industries and e-Mobility. We provide services to people and companies that want to gain control of their energy costs, mitigate operational risks, and make the performance of their operations more efficient. Enel X provides intelligence to support your decision-making system. We also bring solutions to service companies that are facing the energetic and digital transition, providing answers to all of its questions.
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From Ushuaia to Salta, this first mega electric grid crosses 8 provinces of Argentina, one of them Santa Cruz, where the Perito Moreno glacier is located.
Hand in hand with the municipality of Almirante Brown, Enel X Argentina and Edesur worked on the start-up of turnkey electrical infrastructure works in different health centers of the municipality, to increase the capacity to care for patients infected by the Covid-19.
Electric mobility is making steady progress in our country. Today, Enel x is one of the main providers of charging stations in Argentina, and has different types, depending on their characteristics, power and charging time.
Enel X Argentina signed a service contract for UBM management with Carrefour Argentina, which will analyze its energy consumption and advise it to optimize the use of electricity supply.
Avellaneda is the first municipality in the south of the GBA to incorporate remote management technology, which allows to know the state of the lighting in real time, reduce maintenance costs and contribute to energy savings.
The Enel X Argentina team installed a photovoltaic park on a site belonging to the company Molinos Rivara, located in the town of Alberti, south of the province of Buenos Aires.
A cogenerator for the Pedro de Elizalde pediatric hospital. It uses natural gas to heat its facilities, generate electricity and provide sanitary hot water to the entire building.
The procedure first required the analysis of the power demand and its contracted power and then the verification of points where it was possible to generate savings.