E-GAP was born out of a need.
Our founder and current president Eugenio de Blasio was one of the pioneers in the transition to electric mobility. In 2017 he bet on a zero-emission car asking himself only one question: Where do I recharge it?
That’s how E-GAP was born, from an intuition: to make access to electric charging easier and therefore, mobile.
From there the idea, the challenge to focus on a still unexplored sector with a high growth potential.
In recent years, the world of mobility has evolved rapidly, offering new green solutions, but in order for these to take root, they must listen to people’s needs.
That’s why it’s necessary to go a step further, to overcome one of the main perceived issues when it comes to electric cars: the difficulty of recharging.
Thanks to a constant commitment, the initial intuition has materialized to become an innovative project and, after two years of research and road study, E-GAP is launched in Milan in February 2019 and then in Rome in June of the same year. Thus, the world is presented with the first urban fast charging service, simple, mobile, on-demand. The founders are: Eugenio de Blasio, pioneer in the Green Economy sector, former CEO and top manager of Nasdaq-listed groups, Daniele Camponeschi Global CEO and Alessandro di Michele Global CFO.
Innovation is useful only when it can respond to people’s needs, deeply understand what are the barriers that prevent a better way of life, and break them down.
E-GAP was conceived with this approach in mind, envisioning a world where people can fully and easily take advantage of the opportunities provided by e-mobility.
That’s why E-GAP is on-demand.
That’s why it’s mobile.
That’s why it’s quick.
Because it was born with the aim of looking to the future.
That’s why it’s quick.
It was created to be at the service of those who activate it, from the first moment and at all times, eliminating all previous logics of time and place.
Electricity applied to mobility has arrived a few years ago in the form of a response to the demand for change. A necessary change that involves us all and that we should all be in a position to implement. By creating E-GAP we strongly wanted to build this condition so that each person can request the electricity he needs for his mobility and live every day in a simpler way and in line with the desire to create a lower environmental impact. Milan, Rome, Bologna, were the first cities to use E-GAP, and this is just the beginning of a path that we want to go far, to contribute constantly to change through a service that we believe will make the electric charging of cars an action that no one can do without, daily.