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Europe's biggest utility bets on Italian green power renaissance

The biggest utility in Europe, Enel, expects that a new national energy strategy in its homeland of Italy will spark a green-power renaissance, which will be strengthened by energy demand in the country where the economy is currently returning to growth after a recession.

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Europe's biggest utility is betting on an Italian green-power renaissance to lift business.

Enel SpA expects Italy's new national energy strategy to reverse a decline in green power generation by encouraging companies to help meet ambitious new goals, according to Antonio Cammisecra, the chief executive officer of the utility's renewable unit.

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