April 23, 2024

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Enel X lands in Canada with 438 charging stations

Enel X lands in Canada and continues its expansion on the American continent. Works with Catalyst Sales & Marketing for 438 charging stations.

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Both partners will expand charging solutions into multi-unit homes KILLAM APARTMENT REIT, One of Canada’s largest multi-residential network owners. The program provides precision Anal XIInstall 438 smart charging stations. Investment by will be supported ZEVIP project (Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Project) From Natural Resources Canada, Which provided funding 730.000 Dollars. Refills will be installed on 50 kilo properties. In Canada, one-third of residents live in multi-unit homes, and electric vehicle charging is seen as an essential service. L80% products Electric vehicles Happen at home And the absence of condominium columns or wall-boxes makes residential premises less attractive in the market.

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Giovanni Bertolino of Enal X.

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Canada, like Europe, was fixed Al 2035 Mandatory target for selling only zero emission cars. “As the demand for electric vehicles increases in Canada, drivers need to charge less and more efficiently where they spend more time: at home“, Explains Giovanni Bertolino, Leader of e-Mobility, Enal X North America. Enel X is approximate in North America 4,500 corporate customers, More than 35,000 sites. The company also claims to be approximate 4.7 GW capacity Available to meet the need of the continent. More than 70 battery storage schemes are in operation and under contract and beyond 70,000 smart charging stations To EV. Globally, Enel Group has announced that it has to undertake uno spin-off Electric recharging functions, now available on Enel X. Creating a new company should go public and a strong presence in the United States is an important asset in this perspective.

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