Enel and A2A have signed an agreement that will allow the customers of both companies to access the network which currently has around 15,000 charging points throughout the country.
“The agreement with A2A demonstrates how thanks to the collaboration between the various operators it is possible to expand the availability of charging infrastructures for electric cars” he declares Elisabetta Ripa, Head of Enel’s Global Business Line dedicated to electric mobility. “The capillarity of the columns, the simplification and speed of recharging operations are the main drivers of the diffusion process of electric mobility that we want to continue to drive in Italy and in the world, developing the best solutions to refuel electric vehicles in public and private sphere “.
Enel and A2A, the agreement unifies the apps
The partnership will allow users to use the E-moving apps by A2A and JuicePass by Enel, to refuel their electric car without distinction at the public charging infrastructures of the two companies. At the moment the two companies offer the best technologies in this sector. In fact, the loaders are installed on the Italian territory Quick from 22 kW, Fast up to 50 kW and the High Power Chargers which thanks to a power of up to 350kW allow you to recharge 80% of the electric vehicle battery in about 20 minutes.
“Supporting the electrification of consumption, making infrastructures and services available to the customer, is one of the cornerstones of A2A’s strategy, in line with the industrial plan to 2030 – he comments Fabio Pressi, CEO of A2A E-Mobility – The contribution that the development of electric mobility can make to the challenge of decarbonisation is of great importance and the agreement signed with Enel goes in this direction. The interoperability of the charging networks is in fact a key factor to concretely support the spread of e-mobility, in this way the system guarantees greater flexibility and coverage throughout the territory, making our columns usable to a greater number of users and enhancing the offered services”.