City of Rome to Install 200 EV Charging Points
The city of Rome, the local power company Acea SpA (ACE) and Italy’s biggest utility Enel SpA (ENEL) are seeking to add 200 electric-vehicle charging points in the Italian capital.
Roma Capitale, the city’s municipal authority, signed a memorandum of understanding with Acea and Enel, which will each install 100 charging points in the city, according to an e- mailed statement today. The network of charge points will be the largest in Italy on public property.
Drivers will use a single card to use any of the points, with the charges appearing on their monthly electricity bills.
Enel also operates the E-Mobility Italy charging network throughout the country, a joint venture it formed with Daimler AG in 2008.
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