Charging and interconnecting: the technologies that will take electric mobility to a higher level
Enel X, a pioneer in interconnected e-mobility solutions
During her speech, Chiara Dalla Chiesa will also illustrate various issues affecting V2X adoption, including the need for the auto industry to release official and “non-discriminatory” protocols that establish interoperability standards. She will also highlight Enel X’s efforts so far in terms of public charging network and smart charging technology.
Indeed, Enel X was among the first to launch a V2X Direct Current charging station used in one of the first European projects, the Parker Project in Denmark in 2016.
From smart charging to smart driving: optimizing and deploying all-encompassing, intelligent transport
Finally, Chiara Dalla Chiesa will also discuss Enel X’s efforts in preparing for a “mass market” rollout of V2X. Currently the company is very active in terms of so-called Unidirectional Smart Charging (V1G), the “smart” component referring to a V1G system’s ability to modify charging rates and time dynamically, enabling charging when costs are lowest.
Chiara Dalla Chiesa will outline how Enel X is working to expand its bundled services offering, coupling offering of electricity with products and services targeted to electric mobility clients in order to provide them with a full value proposition and help them reduce charging costs.