Until November 24th the 15th edition the "Week of Corporate Culture". Enel’s Historical Archive in Naples at the centre of the event.
A narration of the milestones of Italian electrification, from the construction of power plants to the birth of Enel, showing through documents, pictures and videos the impact of electrification on the economic and social development of our country.
It’s the "Energy between past and future" exhibition housed at the Enel’s Historical Archive in Naples on the occasion of the 15th edition of the Corporate Culture Week, promoted by Confindustria, which takes place from November 10th. to 24th. 2016.
Visitors can discover the revolution occurred in the daily life of Italian families thanks to the gradual introduction of electricity and the first appliances, as well as the first campaigns on sustainable energy produced by Enel in the late '80s. A special focus will be on brochures and documents that testify to the collaboration of the company with the writer and scientific journalist Piero Bianucci.
The archive will be open to the public for the entire duration of the event including the weekend, with the following opening hours: Saturday from 8 to 17 and Sundays from 13 to 20.
The exhibition is free, bookings can be made by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the number 081.3674213.