Electric mobility: the European Investment Bank is racing alongside Enel X
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has awarded a loan of 115 million euros to install 14,000 charging stations across Italy between 2018 and 2022
Published on 1 August 2018
The electric adventure continues with Enel X. The business line specialised in innovative digital solutions never stops in its mission to promote the culture of electricity, the company’s founding principle. Enel X is one of the actors behind the plan to install 14,000 charging infrastructures throughout Italy, over the next four years. This goal is shared by a precious ally, the European Investment Bank (EIB), with which Enel X Mobility (a subsidiary of Enel X) has signed an agreement for a ten-year loan of 115 million euros earmarked for the infrastructure investment that will revolutionize mobility in Italy, paving the way towards a future of sustainability and innovation.
We are firmly committed to giving Italy a decisive boost in developing a sustainable mobility system. Our plan is ambitious, and it is important to have the EIB on board to implement it. We will build a widespread and technologically advanced infrastructure that will contribute to increasing the number of electric vehicles on the road in Italy and will significantly benefit the environment and the economy, businesses and citizens, improving daily life as well as transportation and consumption habits.
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