Elli Volkswagen Group Charging is expanding its charging network in Europe and is set to give e-mobility customers access to more than 600,000 charge points in approximately 27 European countries to charge their EVs.
As the largest charging and energy provider and a brand of Volkswagen Group, Ally will reportedly expand its business under the strategic direction, focusing on more convenience during charging in addition to the quantitative expansion of the network.
For Elli customers, this is a major step forward in vehicle charging that will prove to be a huge and important step forward for the expansion of electric and mobility in Europe. With this, EV customers will get more opportunities related to charging their vehicles.
“We are starting the year with incredible news; delivering a pan-European network of more than 600,000 charge points is a huge and important achievement for Volkswagen Group Charging GmbH,” said Giovanni Palazzo, CEO of Elli.
He said that our aim in the future is to provide a quality charging network to advance electric mobility and decarbonize society, the development of which will continue with continuous efforts. Charging Network One of the key initiatives enhancing the quality of charging on the panel is the Selected Partner Network, a newly established program of the Volkswagen Group designed to improve the charging experience for customers.
Our infrastructure consists of optimal charge stops, on-site convenience (e.g., cafes, restaurants, and sanitary facilities), and high-performance charging ports with excellent operational reliability in this network. Elli Drive Highway Tariff customers will also benefit from special, low energy prices, and currently, IONITY Europe, Aral Pulse, Audi charging hubs in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, and Eviva selected partners in Italy are part of our network.
Elli CEO Palazzo says, “As electric mobility gains momentum, Volkswagen Group Charging GmbH remains at the forefront of the sector, contributing to the establishment of a strong and reliable charging and energy infrastructure across Europe and providing more charging options to its customers.”