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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