Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has signed two agreements for new e-mobility solutions to
support the production and distribution of its new plug-in hybrid and full-electric models.
FCA says it will work with Enel X and ENGIE across all major markets in Europe to offer EV charging solutions and services to retail and business customers.
Mike Manley, Chief Executive Officer, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says: “These partnerships
build on the e-mobility strategy we announced last year as part of our five-year business plan. We are assembling an eco-system of partners, products and services across multiple markets to meet and exceed the rapidly evolving expectations of our customers for electrified vehicles.”
As part of the deal with Enel X, FCA will install approximately 700 charging stations at its
Italian plants, offices and R&D centres, as well as employee parking areas, enabling
employees to recharge their vehicles during working hours.
FCA says the main objective of the partnerships is to offer innovative charging solutions to support sales of its upcoming electric vehicle line-up including the Fiat 5oo BEV and Jeep Renegade PHEV.