Matías Dal Maso is a laboratory analyst in Enel Generación Costanera. This youg engineer opened the doors of his house and this was what he told us:
- How does it feel to work at EGC?
I feel pride to work in the central, when I bring students from university I always tell them that I show them where I work with great pride.
- What feeling does EGC awakens in you?
The feeling of knowing that the energy we generate is used in a thousand different ways, from saving a life to being able to watch a TV series in your armchair.
- What changes have you seen in EGC in the past few years?
Since Enel arrived, all levels were ordered in a way that allowed us to work more peacefully, also in relation to work permits, requests for leaves, among other things. It is easier and safer to make such requests.
What other changes would you like to see (according to your professional point of view)?
I would like us to focus into a generation of energy that is more efficient, cleaner and more friendly to the environment.
- Do you identify yourself with the Open Power thinking of Enel Group?
Yes, definitely. I think it is something that was missing.
What is your opinion about it?
I like being part of it.
- How do you see yourself in 2030? Would you still be in the company?
If I continue working for the company, I would like to be able to work in Enel Green Power and take a higher position.
- What do you think of the Enel objective for 2050, of being 100% carbon neutral?
It is a clear objective that we have to achieve among all company employees, each adding their support.
- What was your professional life like before joining EGC?
I used to work as a process engineer in a fat and oil refinery.
- What does your family think of the stage we are currently going through at EGC? How do they see the company?
The way my family looks at the company is a reflection of the way I feel working at the plant.
- Do you meet with your co-workers for a different activity? What type of activities? How do you live those moments?
We usually meet for dinner somewhere or organize an activity outside work. Those moments generate commitment and make the group a more human one.
Do you remember a special moment with your colleagues outside work? Tell us about it.
Yes of course. Dinner with colleagues who are retired, go karting with the security employees, end-of-year dinners, and, before my daughter was born, we finished work and used to go to a bar.