What is the circular economy?
An economic paradigm that rethinks linear consumer models, reducing waste and encouraging the reuse of materials. It is based on five pillars: sustainable inputs, the extension of the useful life of products, sharing platforms, products as services and end-of-life management. Enel X is establishing itself as a Booster or accelerator of the circular culture and sustainable innovation within the new circular ecosystem of its suppliers and clients, and is carving out an innovative and unique role in the market while doing so.
Enel X’s approach to the Circular Economy
Taking its inspiration from the five Business Models of the Circular Economy, Enel X is establishing itself as a booster or accelerator of the circular culture and sustainable innovation within the ecosystem of its suppliers, partners, installers and clients. Our philosophy involves accelerating circularity levels through our Circular Economy Boosting Program, which we not only apply to the solutions in our portfolio and which produces verified scores, but also export beyond our borders, offering industrial clients and public administrations the opportunity to obtain an Energy Circularity Report that measures energy circularity and identifies a structured road map to existing levels through a series of innovative solutions.
Enel X measures and accelerates the circularity
of its own solutions, of your company and your city
Enel X’s circularity solutions
Find out about our products and their circularity level, which is calculated using Circular Economy principles as a basis
Find out about Enel X’s commitment to reducing plastic leakage
Enel X has decided to take part in the Plastic Leak Project organised by Quantis, a multi-stakeholder round table which aims to use scientific methods to quantify the problem of plastic waste.
Articles, details, case studies and videos about how to use Enel X’s energy as efficiently as possible
The future of the economy is circular. Enel X has placed this model at the centre of its strategy with the aim of accelerating and multiplying the benefits for clients and suppliers. The advantages do not only concern the environment, but also economic growth and new business opportunities
Prior to the Danish government’s recent climate plan, the Danish Climate Council released a report from which I highlighted a comparison of total vehicle lifetime emissions of different vehicle types.
The Chilean construction company CIDEPA has entrusted the Enel Group with the design of rooftop solar plants for two residential complexes in Santiago, Chile