Enel Societa Per Azioni is engaged in the generation and sale of electricity through its Generation, Energy Management and Sales Italy Division. Co. is also engaged in the distribution of electricity (Enel Distribuzione) and public and artistic lighting (Enel Sole) in Italy through its Infrastructure and Networks Division. Co.'s Iberia and Latin America Division coordinates Co.'s operations in the electricity and gas markets in Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Co.'s Engineering and Research Division manages the engineering processes related to the development and construction of power plants. Co.'s other divisions are the International Division as well as the Renewable Energy Division.
  • TickerENEL
  • ISINIT0003128367
  • SectorElectricity
  • CountryItaly

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ING
Nadège Tillier

Utilities green bonds/There is more to green bonds than just a marketing tool

With c.€19bn of green bonds issued in the first eight months of 2019, utilities are set to break their record of €21bn issuance for the full year of 2017. A number of utilities celebrated their first green instrument in 2019: A2A, EDP, E.ON and Vattenfall. A number of utilities returned to the green bond market: Duke Energy, Engie, EnBW, Enel, Hera, Iberdrola, MidAmerican Energy and Orsted. Since 2014, utilities across the globe have issued c.€77bn and have been the most active corporate sector. This makes sense when we know that the Energy sector is responsible for the largest part of the gre...

ENEL SPA sees an upgrade to Positive due to a better fundamental star rating

The general evaluation of ENEL SPA (IT), a company active in the Conventional Electricity industry, has been upgraded by the independent financial analyst theScreener with the addition of a star. Its fundamental valuation now shows 3 out of 4 possible stars while its market behaviour can be considered as defensive. theScreener believes that the additional star(s) merits the upgrade of its general evaluation to Positive. As of the analysis date August 16, 2019, the closing price was EUR 6.29 and its potential was estimated at EUR 6.66.

Enel SPA

Enel SPA

ENEL S.p.A.: Update following change in outlook to positive

Our credit view of Enel, reflecting an improving business risk due to continuing investment in networks and renewables, its solid financial profile and increasing non-domestic exposure.

ENEL S.p.A.: Update following change in outlook to positive

Our credit view of Enel, reflecting an improving business risk due to continuing investment in networks and renewables, its solid financial profile and increasing non-domestic exposure.

ENEL S.p.A.: Key Facts and Statistics - LTM March 2019

A summary company profile, detailing Enel SpA ’s business operations and financial highlights.

Enel SPA

ENEL SPA sees an upgrade to Positive due to a better fundamental star rating

The general evaluation of ENEL SPA (IT), a company active in the Conventional Electricity industry, has been upgraded by the independent financial analyst theScreener with the addition of a star. Its fundamental valuation now shows 3 out of 4 possible stars while its market behaviour can be considered as defensive. theScreener believes that the additional star(s) merits the upgrade of its general evaluation to Positive. As of the analysis date August 16, 2019, the closing price was EUR 6.29 and its potential was estimated at EUR 6.66.

Enel SPA

Enel SPA

Enel SPA

ING
Nadège Tillier

Utilities green bonds/There is more to green bonds than just a marketing tool

With c.€19bn of green bonds issued in the first eight months of 2019, utilities are set to break their record of €21bn issuance for the full year of 2017. A number of utilities celebrated their first green instrument in 2019: A2A, EDP, E.ON and Vattenfall. A number of utilities returned to the green bond market: Duke Energy, Engie, EnBW, Enel, Hera, Iberdrola, MidAmerican Energy and Orsted. Since 2014, utilities across the globe have issued c.€77bn and have been the most active corporate sector. This makes sense when we know that the Energy sector is responsible for the largest part of the gre...

ING
Nadège Tillier

European utilities/Dry 2019 to be followed by a flood of supply

2019 will be one of the lowest years of bond supply in Euro for the IG utilities sector. As of today, there is almost nothing left to refinance this year. We would expect EUR bond issuance from Utilities to reach c.€29bn in 2019 (excluding potential US names) vs €34bn in 2018 and €44bn in 2017. The coming years offer a different picture though. From 2020 onwards, higher redemptions and capital expenditure should result in an abundance of bond supply. Redemptions will steadily pick up in the next three years. On top of this, a large number of utilities have announced ambitious capital expenditu...

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