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EnergyHub and Enel X partner to make EV charging available as a grid resource

Energy management specialist EnergyHub has partnered with charger manufacturer Enel X to expand the availability of smart charging stations as a flexible distributed energy resource (DER) for utilities. Utilities will now be able to manage customer-owned Enel X smart charging stations through EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS platform. Enel X has over 60,000 consumer charging stations deployed… Read more »

Enel X’s JuiceEco enables EV charging with 100% renewable energy

Enel X provides a range of smart charging and e-mobility solutions. The company’s latest product is JuiceEco, which enables EV drivers to power their rides with 100% renewable energy. JuiceEco provides Green-e certified Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) to match the consumption of any EV anywhere in the US with carbon-free electricity. “JuiceEco provides EV drivers… Read more »

Turnkey transit bus electrification: Enel X offers full service EV-fleet installations for city and school buses

Q&A with Giovanni Bertolino, Head of E-Mobility at Enel X Some of the most compelling stories in the EV world these days have to do with charging. For an individual EV driver, charging may seem like a simple matter—plug in your car in the evening, and it’s ready to drive in the morning—and that’s part of the appeal of… Read more »

Enel X and Washington utilities to add 550 Juicebox chargers to grid

Enel X, formerly EnerNOC and now the energy services arm of Italian energy company Enel, has partnered with two Washington utilities, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and Seattle City Light, to launch new smart charging programs in the Bellevue and Seattle areas. In total, the two projects will provide more than 550 Enel X JuiceBox smart… Read more »

Enel Group folds eMotorWerks into Enel X brand

Energy company Enel Group has folded its EV charging subsidiary eMotorWerks into its energy services business unit Enel X. Enel X will now offer the EV charging app JuicePass and eMotorWorks’s smart charging products, including: JuiceBox EV charging station JuiceNet IoT cloud software JuiceConnect software, which enables smart charging control when integrated with software from… Read more »

Giant utility Enel acquires charger manufacturer eMotorWerks

Enel has announced the acquisition of California-based eMotorWerks, which manufactures the JuiceBox line of charging stations and operates JuiceNet, an Internet of Things platform for the smart management of EV charging and distributed energy storage. Enel plans to incorporate the JuiceNet platform’s functionality in all of its EV charging stations. JuiceNet allows users to remotely schedule… Read more »

Efacec supplies 60 QC45 fast chargers for Benelux highway locations

The Portuguese firm Efacec Electric Mobility will supply 60 of its model QC45 quick chargers to be deployed at highway rest areas in the Netherlands and Belgium. The new chargers will be installed by EcoCare Milieutechniek and operated by Allego. Efacec’s QC45 is a multi-standard charger (CHAdeMO, CCS/Combo, AC Level 2) that features a color… Read more »

Daimler and PGE develop the electric truck stop of the future

The Electric Island project, a collaboration between Daimler Trucks North America and Portland General Electric, will be a test bed for all kinds of heavy-duty EV charging solutions. Electric trucks are finally starting to roll. After years of vehicle development, research projects and pilot deployments, major fleet operators around the world are beginning to place… Read more »

European Commission approves €2.9 billion in funding for comprehensive battery project

The European Commission has approved a second Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) to support innovation throughout the battery value chain. The European Battery Innovation project calls for 12 member states—Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden—to provide up to €2.9 billion in funding in the coming years…. Read more »

IEA case study #2: electric buses in Santiago, Chile

The International Energy Agency’s Global EV Outlook is an annual publication that reports on the current state of electric mobility around the world. This year’s report notes the rapid proliferation of plug-in vehicles—from a mere 17,000 in 2010 to some 7.2 million in 2019. The growth has been concentrated in a few regions—47% of the… Read more »