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Aiming for zero emissions and a more resilient business
The integration of retail and renewables aims to further strengthen the company's internal synergies. Our business model includes a carbon-neutral pathway based on an approach that considers emissions generated throughout the life cycle of energy products and actions that will lead to the full decarbonization of processes and products by 2050. The development of electricity generation capacity from renewable sources plays a key role in our Long-Term Strategic Plan to 2050, where we have set a target of 15 GW of installed renewable capacity by 2030 and 60 GW by 2050. The main sources we focus on are solar and wind. Growth in renewables will also be driven by an ongoing expansion of our customer base. Here, we aim to exceed 20 million customers by 2050, offering a full range of decarbonized products made from renewable sources and biomethane, combined with next-generation services.
Renewables: continuously growing installed capacity
The installed capacity growth we will achieve through the integration of the retail gas & power and renewable energy businesses.
installed capacity in renewables in 2024
installed capacity from renewables in 2025
installed capacity from renewables in 2030
installed capacity from renewables in 2050
Customers: 10 mln people in Europe have already chosen us
We intend to expand our customer base by integrating the retail gas & power and renewable energy businesses.
10 million customers
customer base in 2021
>11 million customers
customer base in 2024
15 million customers
million customers in 2030
>20 million customers
customer base in 2050
How the domestic energy supply is changing
The road to decarbonization has multiple lanes and several possible routes. Eni wants to offer its customers products that are increasingly sustainable and decarbonized. With the new combined set-up, Plenitude customers will have access to renewable energy sourced directly from our photovoltaic and wind plants that are already operational or in the process of being built. We currently have almost 10 million customers in 6 different countries in Europe, namely Italy, France, Greece, Slovenia and, as of 2021, Spain and Portugal. Our entry into the Iberian market with the acquisition of Aldro Energía for the supply of gas and electricity and three photovoltaic projects, with a total capacity of 140 MW, represents the first step in our international development strategy that focuses on integration and synergy between the retail and renewable energy businesses.
Our retail business is evolving into Plenitude, a new identity that brings us even closer to our customers.
Eni becomes one of Europe's leading operators in renewable energies
We have decided to integrate the renewable energy business with the retail business of Eni gas e luce within the new Energy Evolution business unit to further maximise value generation along the entire green energy chain and support our Scope 3 decarbonization targets for emissions produced both upstream and downstream of our activities. This will enable us to more efficiently supply our customers with renewable energy that we have produced ourselves. This new organisational setup makes us one of the leading green retail players in the European market, with 15 million customers and 15 GW of installed capacity by 2030.
With this in mind, the 2021-2024 Plan provides for the following:
- The achievement of 5 GW of installed capacity by 2024
- Growth in our customer portfolio to over 11 million by 2024
- The focus on extra-commodity services and maximising value linked to the energy transition
- Maximising power results thanks to the flexibility and efficiency of generation plants and targeted investments
- The identification and development of new low-carbon technological solutions
- Investments of €4.3bn for these businesses in the plan
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