Construction of Housing for Indigenous Community El Barco

The construction of 34 homes for indigenous families from the El Barco community, relocated due to the construction of the Ralco plant, began in January. In the period, 80% progress is recorded.

Inauguration of Parque La Isla- Salto La Olla

This park involves a pristine six-hectare forest, located in the town of Pilmaiquén, which will safeguard the biodiversity of the flora and fauna that inhabit the area, in addition to preserving the Mapuche culture.


Code Blue

Enel Chile is part of the Code Blue Plan that transforms the corporate gym into a shelter, in order to collaborate with the Government in its campaign to protect homeless people from the cold and rain.

100 new electric buses reach Chile

100 new electric buses were added to public transport in the Metropolitan Region, complying with phase 2 of the electric mobility project promoted by Enel X, Metbus, and BYD Chile, in the framework of a public-private alliance, together with the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications.


Improvement of drinking water system

Works were carried out to improve the drinking water system for Ayin Mapu and El Barco indigenous communities. 100% progress is recorded in the period.

Enel X opened Latin America’s first electric bus corridor

Together with Metbus and BYD, Enel X inaugurated the first Electric bus corridor in Latin America. It is a sustainable integral transportation system in which only 100% electric buses will circulate, making Chile the leader in electric mobility in the region. With this milestone, Chile became the first country in Latin America to implement a sustainable electric corridor where 285 zero-emission buses circulate.


Reforestation of native species plan

Within the framework of the reforestation agreement signed with the Universidad de Concepción, on December 29, 2015, a total area of 515.5 hectares has been reforested in the 2016 to 2020 period.

Early disconnection of Tarapacá Plant

Enel Chile disconnected the Coal unit from the Tarapacá Power Plant in line with the agreement that the Company signed with the Government of Chile for the scheduled removal of coal-fired plants.