Enel X Way to add 2 mn EV charging ports in North America

By Editor


Enel X Way plans to add at least two million EV charge ports in North America across home, commercial and public charging segments by 2030.

This target includes over 10,000 DC public charging stations in support of the National Electric Vehicle Incentive (NEVI) program in select areas of the country.

Enel X Way has already sold more than 170,000 electric vehicle (EV) charge ports sold in the U.S. and Canada to date.

“Building out the charging infrastructure will be critical to enabling the EV transition, and Enel X Way is stepping up to help lead the charge with our plan to add at least two million EV chargers in North America across public, commercial and home charging segments by 2030,” says Chris Baker, Head of Enel X Way North America.

Enel X Way, an e-mobility subsidiary of renewable energy giant Enel Group, has also launched new installation, operations and maintenance (O&M), and financing services to accelerate the deployment and distribution of Enel X Way chargers.

Enel X Way partners with Charge Point Operators and electric utilities, such as Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company, to add fast EV charging locations across their service territories that increase accessibility, reduce range anxiety, and support the growing number of EV customers.

The company helps entities take advantage of funding from the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act and $5-billion National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Program as part of the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

Additionally, Enel X Way recently entered a cooperative contract with the Purchasing Cooperative of America (PCA), enabling public entities the opportunity to purchase EV charging products, software, and services from the company without having to go to bid.

Latest News