MILAN (Reuters) - Enel has identified investments worth around 27 billion euros ($33.05 billion) in Italy's Recovery Plan, the utility's chief executive said on Wednesday.
The spending projects are focused on power distribution networks and electrification of the economy, Francesco Starace said in an online conference.
Starace said Enel's plans to invest around 3 billion euros per year in Italy did not take into account any spending relating to the Recovery Plan.
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(Reporting by Stephen Jewkes, editing by Cristina Carlevaro)