Eni’s Plenitude announced that it is to invest in EnerOcean SL, the Spanish developer of the W2Power technology for floating wind power. The deal is structured as a long-term partnership focused on the deployment of the W2Power technology as a lead contender for floating wind power developments worldwide. With two wind turbines mounted on the frame of the same floater, which always face the prevailing wind, W2Power yields one of the highest power-to-weight ratios and the lowest levelized cost of energy of any floating wind power technology. This innovative solution integrates patented features and key proprietary technology elements and has successfully completed testing at open sea at prototype level in Spanish waters, being the first multi-turbine solution in the world to reach this level of maturity. Plenitude will contribute capital and expertise to the EnerOcean development program and will initially retain a 25% equity share in EnerOcean SL, which will continue to operate independently.Floating solutions are widely seen as an effective way to spread the success of offshore wind to most countries across the world, including most of Southern Europe, where the coastline is characterized by deep waters.Plenitude is a Benefit Company and the outpost of Eni’s decarbonisation strategy. With a solid base of 10 million customers, the company integrates the retail of power and gas with renewables production, energy efficiency services and electric mobility. It currently operates in Italy, France, Greece, Slovenia, Spain, Portugal, UK, Norway, Usa, Kazakhstan and Australia. The company aims reaching carbon neutrality by 2040 and supplying 100% decarbonized energy to all its customers. In particular, its strategy includes to fully decarbonize B2C sales by this year, all the power sales by 2030 and to provide 100% of decarbonized gas by 2040.