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    Enel appoints José Luis Navarro as new CEO in Mexico


    September 26, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras

     

      Enel announced the arrival of José Luis Navarro as the company's new CEO in Mexico, after an outstanding career at the Group's corporate headquarters in Italy.

      José Luis Navarro's priorities in his new position, the company said, include collaborating with the main players in the sector and making Enel's technology, innovation, experience and knowledge available to Mexico to achieve the objectives of energy sovereignty, strengthen the national electricity sector and contribute to the fight against climate change.

      José Luis Navarro's professional career began in 2012, in the planning of the medium and low voltage electricity grid in Spain; after that experience he served in different positions in renewable energies and technological innovation in Europe.

      Innovation and renewable energies, key in the Enel Group, have also been so in José Luis Navarro's career, as he managed projects related to materials and components for solar installations.

      "We are living a key moment in history. As we are already seeing today, the progress of society will be closely linked to the success of the energy transition."

      "As a company, our aim is precisely to contribute to this end, and we have the technological solutions to achieve this. Thanks to the generation of renewable energy, we can offer better costs while eliminating CO2 emissions, in addition to contributing to reducing Mexico's dependence on other countries for electricity generation. The way in which we consume this resource, as well as finding increasingly efficient uses, are also key in this process," said Enel Mexico's country manager.

      Enel Mexico has a presence in 14 Mexican states, with a managed capacity of 2.9 GW from wind, solar and hydroelectric sources. In its 14 years operating in the country, it has invested almost 4 billion dollars.

      Bruno Riga, who until September 1 held the position of country manager in Mexico, assumes a new responsibility at the head of Enel Green Power in Brazil.

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