Electric Mobility Moves Forward with the First Pan-American Electric Corridor

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ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. Traveling by electric vehicle from North America to the southernmost part of South America is now a reality, thanks to Enel X’s first EV charging corridor, spanning 11 countries on the West coast of the Americas and along the Andes mountains. Along this route, some 196 JuiceBox charging points are now visible in the JuicePass app, allowing drivers to charge their electric car or motorcycle, while also enjoying incredible scenery, from UNESCO World Heritage site Cusco, to breathtaking views of the Andes, glaciers or a salt lake in the Atacama Desert.

Francesco Venturini, CEO of Enel X, said: “We took on the challenge of building a network of charging points using our JuiceBox technology and sending our crews into the most remote locations of Latin America. This long-lasting infrastructure project stands as proof of our commitment to promote EVs through the world, making the widespread adoption of…

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