(Bloomberg) -- Enel SpA is investing small sums of money on the order of 40 million euros ($45 million) to tap savings in the “millions” by examining the data that comes from hundreds of power plants it’s operating worldwide, its chief executive officer said.
Francesco Starace said Italy’s largest utility already is squeezing more out of the wind farms it operates around the world after operational data identified certain wind turbines had software that held back performance. He expects a deeper analysis of data to produce more savings and open new opportunities for the power company.
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