Enel X takes electric mobility to the Touring Club Italiano’s Orange Flag areas

Enel X has signed an agreement with the Associazione Paesi Bandiera Arancione (Association of Orange Flag Villages) to install electric charging infrastructures in 227 of Italy’s most beautiful small towns and villages

Published on 25 May 2018

Enel X takes electric mobility to the Touring Club Italiano’s Orange Flag areas

The orange flag of the Touring Club Italiano is awarded to those small towns and villages that are distinguished by their charm, historical heritage and local culinary culture. Most of them have a population of under 3,000 inhabitants and they are places where great care is taken to ensure high standards for the preservation of the area and for their residents’ quality of life. To emphasise the importance of this precious heritage, Enel X will bring electric mobility to the 227 “Orange Flag” municipalities, with the installation, activation and maintenance of charging infrastructures.

Electric mobility is a winning formula, not only in the context of large urban centres, but also, thanks to this agreement, an important tool for welcoming and attracting tourism, by enhancing the beauty of our landscapes. We are particularly happy to contribute to the mission of the Orange Flag Association with our innovative charging technology: zero-emission cars are the ideal type of transport for discovering the artistic treasures in Italy’s most beautiful small towns and villages

Francesco Venturini

Chief Executive Officer of Enel X

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