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The Metropark (FS Group) car park in Pisa has been transformed into a multimedia center “Innovative and green“With the installation of 6 Powy-branded poles with a total of 12 charging points for electric cars. It is the first project of 600 systems in the parking lots of the main Italian railway stations.


The first 6 columns in the Pisa Metropark

The mayor attended the opening Michael ConteCity planning and mobility consultant Dringoli Massimo, Francis spokeMetropark CEO, Federico VCEO of Powy e Cyrus PopeDirector of e-Mobility for Stellantis Italia.

Installed by Bowie Corporation with which Metropark signed a framework agreement in April 2022 with a view Place up to 600 charging points by 2025 in parking lots Urban pole company of the FS group.

It is the first phase of the project, which aims to complete the service offering and enhance its role multimedia hub. It will therefore be possible to access charging services for electric vehicles, which will increase the range of efficient and less polluting mobility for the benefit of citizens, travellers, passengers and visitors.

Ribbon cutting for the first Powy freight station in the Metropark car park of Pisa Railway Station.

The six charging stations, which can be accessed 24/7, will be able to cater to different charging needs of customers: 5 in AC (22 kW AC per socket, capable of recharging the vehicle in a few hours) e 1 DC pole (Direct current initially from 75 kW, with the possibility of upgrading up to 150 kW). This last production Alpitronica leading Italian company in Europe.

Only 100% renewable electricity

stations All powered by 100% renewable energy., is part of the general electric vehicle charging network that Powy is building in partnership with the Stellantis Group. As with the entire network, these charging points are available for all electric vehicles and will ensure that they are Exclusive terms for Stellants owners.

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HPC shaft from Alpitronic from Bolzano

To use the packing service, in addition to using Recharge cards and applications from major operatorsYou can also create a file digital payment Without downloading apps or subscribing to the service, ensuring a fast and easy charging experience even in range transient clients or accidental.

“Metropark parking plays an essential role in the transition towards a new, more sustainable and shared mobility model – he comments Francis spokeCEO of Metropark – Plus Strengthening the role of railway stations as a multi-service centre. The installation of electric charging stations is one of the main pillars of the FS Italiane group’s perspective on shared mobility ».

Energy transmission according to FS

It affirms FS’s commitment “Transitioning from a system of polluting energy sources to a virtuous model centered around green sources.”

Powy and Metropark: target of 600 charging points in Italy

This is the The first step of cooperation Between Powy and Metropark. «We are only in the first phase of the project and are already planning the next installations to reach a total 600 charging points In the various Metropark car parks located in railway stations throughout Italy » he added Federico Villa dPowys.

BowieAnd Based in Turin and formerly known as Shipping TheFfrom an idea Andrew Brentan (Ex-CEO of Endesa) and Federico V (Previously FCA EMEA Business Development and Head of Innovation at Endesa).

Metropark is a FS Italiane Group company specializing in the development and management of parking and mobility services in railway areas. Plan to get to Managing 250 car parks Across the country, from the current 87.

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