Rome, 3 February 2023 – Planning a trip to the mountains with an electric car becomes even easier: in Canazei, until 7 February, and in Madonna di Campiglio, from 8 to 28 February, it will be possible to take
advantage of an innovative service thanks to the collaboration between Enel X Way, Enel’s company dedicated to electric mobility, and E-GAP, the first urban, mobile and on-demand fast charging service in Europe.
On those days in the ski resorts those driving an electric vehicle will be able to book fast and on-demand recharging through the Enel X Way app and an E-GAP van will reach the vehicle, even in the absence of the owner. The initiative is part of a broader partnership that also envisages, among other things, the possibility for Enel X Way customers to receive a €30 voucher that will entitle them to mobile recharging of their electric cars in the five Italian cities (Milan, Rome, Bologna, Turin, Brescia) where the E-GAP service is present.
“Today we are implementing our partnership with E-GAP, enriching the recharging experience of our customers who, in order to fill up with energy, will be able to rely on the network of recharging points present
throughout the country and on the on-demand service,” said Riccardo Amoroso, Head of Marketing and Sales Enel X Way. “After this summer’s success in Liguria and Tuscany, we have chosen two of the most
important ski destinations in the country, Canazei and Madonna di Campiglio, to replicate the initiative by offering electric drivers the possibility of booking E-GAP vans directly on the new Enel X Way app to take advantage of a quick recharge in just a few minutes at the place where their car is“.
“After the success of last August’s partnership at Argentario and Santa Margherita Ligure, we have decided to further consolidate our agreement with Enel X Way by making our mobile recharging service available
also to customers in two of Italy’s most popular ski destinations,” comments Luca Fontanelli, Europe General Manager and Italy CEO of E-GAP. “In a very complex phase for the automotive sector, we are convinced that the transition to electric mobility is now a matter of the present and no longer of the future, and we therefore believe that cooperation between operators in the sector is increasingly important to guarantee those who have chosen to use an electric car the maximum convenience of recharging and to incentivise those who still have qualms about choosing the transition to sustainable mobility,” concluded Fontanelli.