Enel Green Power and Vulcan Energy signed a wide-ranging agreement that focuses on geothermal lithium research by leveraging on the development opportunities offered by the Cesano license, on the outskirts of Rome. This agreement brings together the companies’ respective expertise in geothermal energy and lithium extraction in order to develop joint initiatives at the site located in the Latium region and beyond. The collaboration involves a phased approach, which in a first scoping study phase will consist of assessing the potential of Vulcan's Cesano license, a site that covers an area of 11.5 km2 just a few kilometers away from Rome. The agreement relies on the synergy between Vulcan's know-how and the industry experience of Enel Green Power, a world leader in geothermal energy with plants in Italy, Chile and the United States. The partners intend to examine the prospects for further developments in geothermal lithium, starting from the area under exam but not excluding further collaborations in Italy and abroad. Enel Green Power, within the Enel Group, develops and operates renewable energy plants worldwide and is present in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Oceania. A world leader in clean energy, with a total capacity of more than 54 GW and a generation mix that includes wind, solar, geothermal, and hydroelectric power, as well as energy storage facilities, Enel Green Power is at the forefront of integrating innovative technologies into renewable energy plants.