Fair and sustainable energy for a growing world

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Universal and reliable access to modern energy production services at affordable prices is the seventh sustainable development goal of the UN 2030 Agenda. As a global energy tech company, this is also one of our goals and we implement concrete plans to achieve it. 

How we contribute to ensure access to energy

The main areas where we work to combat energy poverty. By continuously interacting with and involving local communities in the countries where we operate, we promote access to energy using a number of tools:

Building natural gas infrastructure
Transferring part of the extracted gas to the domestic market
Distributing liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) locally
Building gas-fed thermal power plants
Installing plants to produce energy from renewable sources
Distributing more efficient cookstoves for domestic cooking
We will only pursue a just transition if everyone contributes to sharing the costs fairly, without burdening vulnerable communities. In order to achieve this, we need to put concrete plans in place and adopt different solutions that safeguard several geographies and actors, considering the whole system in its entirety. 
Claudio Descalzi Chief Executive Officer

Here's why energy supplies speak multiple languages

We rely on a robust global portfolio, on alliances with producer countries and on cooperation with international partners.

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A flexible and urgent transition

Considering population growth and a growing global economy, it is necessary to guarantee access to energy sources and develop new production chains that support the pathway to decarbonization.

Source: Eni for 2022
energy demand

in 2050 vs. 2021 in emerging countries

750 mln

with no access to electricity, especially in sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia in 2021

primary schools

globally without electricity, drinking water and basic sanitation

Source: Eni for 2022

Technology neutrality principle

A strategic study charts the best path to Europe's decarbonization by 2050 through the use of 100 key technologies.

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More efficient cookstoves to accelerate the development of countries

By replacing traditional cookstoves with more modern and sustainable, locally produced models, we are helping to reduce indoor domestic pollution, promote the economic development of countries and reduce CO2 emissions in Mozambique, Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana. In particular, clean cooking significantly reduces the smoke released by combustion, improving the quality of life of families who do not have access to gas or electric stoves. Cookstoves also facilitate a more efficient use of wood biomass, thereby reducing deforestation, and contribute to creating jobs because they are produced by local companies.

Eni for 2022. How we support development and carbon neutrality

Goals, strategies, projects, results for a fair and inclusive energy transition.

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