Producing renewable energy automatically allows a company to be considered as a circular enterprise. What happens, however, when a large holding company in the energy sector, which has decided not to build any more coal-fired power stations and go all-in with renewable energies, applying circularity to every aspect of its business model, from procurement to asset management, from services to business innovation? Well, one might joke that it has becomes a “squared” circular enterprise. In reality, though, Enel is taking this challenge extremely seriously and working with conviction towards applying circularity to its every component, business unit and countries where it operates. The hope is that these changes will not only revolutionise the functioning of the company, b...