Carlo holds a summa cum laude master’s degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Pisa where he also worked as a contracted researcher and teaching assistant for the Digital Electronics and Biomedical Electronics courses. He has joined Enel in 2004. Since then, he has held positions of increasing responsibility across different business and staff functions, including engineering, power distribution, thermoelectric generation and the staff of the Group CEO. He has been working in the innovation team since 2011, where he dedicated himself to a wide range of activities including European innovation financing (NER300), portfolio management, innovation culture and corporate entrepreneurship. One of the pioneers of the adoption of the Open Innovation model at Enel, he has launched the first Enel internal innovation crowdsourcing and the first corporate entrepreneurship initiative. He has been in charge of the Enel startup collaboration portfolio with the objective of generating innovative solutions for the company by leveraging on the worldwide network of the Enel Innovation Hubs. Moreover, he has served as Chief Innovation Evangelist for the Enel Group.
Carlo is a 2018 Marshall Memorial Fellow and guest lecturer at the Economics and Innovation Management course at Tor Vergata University, Rome.