We design solutions and services to encourage greater use of e-mobility
As a Life Company, our aim is to improve the quality of life for individuals and for businesses by offering them essential services marked by the highest standards of quality and efficiency. One of these services involves the development of charging infrastructures for e-mobility purposes. In the sphere of the electrification of transport, we want to become a point of reference and an ideal partner for car sharing companies, businesses, carmakers and public institutions. In fact, through the setting up and management of charging facilities and the development and optimization of charging services, we are making an important contribution to the electrification of mobility.
We had already understood, many years ago, that the future of mobility is electric. In fact, since 2010, we have been developing a network of electric charging stations for two-, three- and four-wheeled vehicles, all using 100% renewable energy. In 2017, we opened the biggest hub for the charging of our corporate fleet, which currently stands at more than 100 electric vehicles (cars and vans). Today, our circuit boasts a total of about 850 charging points, located mainly in Lombardy (in the Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Cremona and Valtellina areas) and in the Friuli-Venezia region (in the town of Monfalcone). We also run a charging service for private and corporate customers which allows access through digital platforms (apps and portals) to a network of charging infrastructures nationwide, allowing users to choose and memorize their payment method and opt for pay-as-you-go or a monthly plan.
300mln di €
Quadrupling the plan to install public and domestic electric charging points
Investments and strategy
Towards net zero with an increase in the number of charging points and the use of green hydrogen
In order to decrease the quantity of CO2 emissions produced in Italy by the mobility sector – currently amounting to about 30% of the total – our plans over the coming years include a number of projects.
We are going to invest 300 million euros to increase our public and household e-charging point installations four-fold. We will also be focussing on the construction of facilities for the production of bio-methane – of which at least five with liquefaction to obtain bio-GNL – and of green hydrogen, principally for means of transport that cannot be converted to electric.