E-mobility, the car of the future
Alberto Piglia, Head of e-Mobility for Enel X, is the subject of an in-depth interview with Reuters. In it he talks about the Group's experience in developing advanced e-car charging technology and projects involving car manufacturers like Nissan and Audi
Published on 21 February 2018
Enel is focusing more and more intensely on e-mobility. Our Group is already committed to the creation of an extensive charging network across Italy, involving the installation of 14,000 charging points by 2022. We have also signed agreements with car manufacturers Nissan and Audi to equip the new e-cars with charging technology. One example of this is the Vehicle-to Grid system developed for the Nissan Leaf, the Japanese company’s new all-electric saloon.
The key point is to offer e-car buyers the opportunity to have charging infrastructure installed in their home or garage
All players on the mobility scene without an ‘e’ have realised it’s necessary to grow in this sector. It will be an extremely competitive opportunity
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