With a degree in Political Science and a specialization in Carbon Management, Magdalena works in Enel AFC Macroeconomics, Energy Analyses and Foresight as an expert in energy modelling and scenario analysis. Her work focuses energy and industrial economics and medium and long-term energy scenarios with special focus on new energy services and innovation.
She joined the Enel Group in 2014 managing projects concerning renewable energies and energy efficiency, climate change, electric mobility, electricity markets regulation and energy scenarios at Enel Foundation. Before she was involved with the design, management and implementation of projects for the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and the improvement of energy efficiency at Studiare Sviluppo, a publicly-owned agency specialized in assistance to central administrations for the promotion and implementation of new strategies of local sustainable development with special regard to the energy and environment sector.
Magdalena's Fellowship research is a: "first step in building a knowledge database of alternative scenario analysis and energy modeling to assess key drivers which may provide new views of the possible future(s) of Enel in the changing energy world and support the definition of innovative business models."