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By Stephen Jewkes
MILAN, May 12 Europe’s biggest utility Enel is not interested in large acquisitions but is looking for opportunities to buy grid networks around the world, including in South America, CFO Alberto De Paoli said on Friday. Enel, which recently bought Brazilian power distribution company Celg-D, already owns generation and distribution assets in Brazil and is the biggest private energy player in South America. “We are interested in making more grid acquisitions in Brazil if opportunities arise from market liberalisation,” De Paoli told Reuters in a phone interview after the group’s first quarter results. Enel is looking to its grids and green power businesses to drive growth, especially in emerging markets and North America.