We charge your unlimited, electric and zero emissions wanderlust.

We were born in December 2021, but we have a lot of experience.

Ewiva is the Joint Venture established between Enel X Way, Enel Group’s global business line dedicated to electric mobility, and the Volkswagen Group, a world leader in the automotive business embracing the electrification strategy, tasked with expediting the country’s transition towards electric mobility.

Both Groups opted to join forces and know-how fo a common vision that’s expediting Italy’s adoption of electric mobility by creating the country’s first widespread ultra-fast charging infrastructure: Ewiva.

We want to charge your desire to travel in an electric vehicle: with zero emissions and full peace–of-mind!

What we do

We’re setting up a widespread, reliable and cutting-edge network throughout Italy, powered by 100% renewable energy.

By 2025 we’ll create 3000 high-voltage charging stations, from 100 to 350 kWh, in order to guarantee a comfortable and hassle-free experience for all e-drivers and release the desire to electrically move, work and travel.
We open up our charging network and grant unrestricted access for all electric vehicles and e-Mobility Service Provider, in order to deliver a hassle-free experience to all EV users both on the road and during the charging process.

We strive to be your ideal travel companion through all corners of Italy.

Our goals

We take care of your charging, and together, we’ll take care of the planet.

Our charging partners

Join our partners’ network and become a part of the change and to offer e-drivers a reliable, ultra-fast, and accessible charging service.

Enel X Way is the Enel Group’s new company dedicated to electric mobility. Currently, Enel X Way
operates in 16 countries and manages over 430,000 charging points, both directly and through roaming
agreements in place around the world. As a global platform for e-Mobility, the company is focused on
developing flexible charging technologies and solutions to improve the customer experience and to
enable the electrification of transport for consumers, businesses, cities and public administrations.

The Volkswagen Group, with its headquarters in Wolfsburg, is one of the world’s leading automobile
manufacturers and the largest carmaker in Europe. With the NEW AUTO strategy, the Volkswagen
Group has made charging and energy its core business. Like no other car manufacturer, the company is
investing in the development of an open fast-charging network worldwide. Ten brands from seven
European countries belong to the Group: Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT, Cupra, ŠKODA,
Bentley, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles. Every weekday, 672,800
employees around the globe are involved in vehicle-related services or work in other areas of business.
The Volkswagen Group sells its vehicles in 153 countries.

Enel X Way is the Enel Group’s new company dedicated to electric mobility. Currently, Enel X Way
operates in 16 countries and manages over 430,000 charging points, both directly and through roaming
agreements in place around the world. As a global platform for e-Mobility, the company is focused on
developing flexible charging technologies and solutions to improve the customer experience and to
enable the electrification of transport for consumers, businesses, cities and public administrations.

The Volkswagen Group, with its headquarters in Wolfsburg, is one of the world’s leading automobile
manufacturers and the largest carmaker in Europe. With the NEW AUTO strategy, the Volkswagen
Group has made charging and energy its core business. Like no other car manufacturer, the company is
investing in the development of an open fast-charging network worldwide. Ten brands from seven
European countries belong to the Group: Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT, Cupra, ŠKODA,
Bentley, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles. Every weekday, 672,800
employees around the globe are involved in vehicle-related services or work in other areas of business.
The Volkswagen Group sells its vehicles in 153 countries.