The future of energy is not energy. At least, not for Italy's Enel SpA.
Europe's biggest utility is quietly shifting hundreds of employees and senior managers to a newly refurbished office in Rome's suburbs – whose informal dress code, open-air spaces and shared kick scooters give it an air of a tech start-up. The unit, dubbed Enel X, is tasked with finding the next big money maker for Enel, transforming the utility into a technology company.
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