Eni and IONITY signed a framework agreement today to install high power-chargers for electric cars at Eni fuel service stations.
IONITY, a joint venture between Daimler, Ford, BMW and the Volkswagen Group with Audi and Porsche, is currently on target to install 400 stations across Europe by 2020, up to 2,400 chargers.
IONITY has chosen Eni in Italy as its strategic partner to install 180 state-of-the-art chargers across 30 fuel service stations.
Each station will feature six 350 kW chargers (more than 100 times the power of standard household utilities), able to top-up current, as well as the next generation of electric vehicles in less than 20 minutes.
This initiative is part of Eni's plan to develop sustainable mobility: out of an overall network of 4,400 fuel service stations, 3,500 supply Eni Diesel +, the premium diesel with 15% renewable content produced in the Venice bio-refinery, while about 1,000 also upply LPG and methane. PWKD26102018