Carlo Bozzoli was appointed Enel’s Global Chief Information and Communications Technology in July 2014.
Mr. Bozzoli began his professional career when he joined Enel in 1984, starting at the Turbigo thermal power plant before moving on to the business’ Rome headquarters in 1999, where he oversaw principally the business process reengineering projects.
Between 2000 and 2009 he took up a number of positions in the ICT Division, heading up the introduction of SAP technology at Enel, the Smart Metering Project, IT Strategy & Planning, Performance & Quality Management, before becoming Head of ICT Demand and Delivery Management for Infrastructure & Networks Division, Generation & Energy Management Division and Corporate, Staff&Service Functions.
Before taking up his current role he was Head of Network Commercial Services for the Infrastructure & Networks Division in Italy, where he was responsible for metering, energy balance, energy traders management, grid connection, billing and credit management, service quality and customer care.
Carlo Bozzoli, was born in Modena in 1962 and he is married with one son. He graduated with a degree in Economic Sciences.
In his current position he seats in the advisory boards of several major international vendors, EuroCIO associations and the Management Academy for ICT Executives at the School of Management of the Polytechnic University of Milan