“The majority of private vehicles will soon be electric.” Such a prophecy would have seemed almost obvious when the first motor cars began to appear, but only now after over a century of petrol is it starting to become possible. To turn the theory into practice, all the parties involved must pool their efforts. This is why Enel has joined the Platform for Electro-mobility
, the European organisation for the promotion and support of national and EU policies in favour of electrical mobility. The project has over 30 members including industrial giants like Siemens, car manufacturers committed to electrical mobility such as the Renault-Nissan group, but also international organisations like Eurelectric, the association that unites Europe’s electricity companies and is currently chaired for 2017-2019 by Enel’s CEO Francesco Starace
. In short, the platform is a place where interested parties can work together to develop solutions geared towards increasing the use of electric vehicles, actively offering them to decision-makers and influencers in the European Union and its member countries. The platform’s statute requires each member’s commitment to allocate the resources needed to achieve the common aims. This is completely natural for us here at Enel: our commitment to electrical mobility is by no means new. To strengthen it we’ve launched Enel X, the new identity with which the Enel Group’s Global Business Line e-Solutions is going to approach customers to offer new products and services, also in the electrical mobility sector.