After the pilot project in Ceprano (FR), the experimentation of contactless payment service by credit card or ATM card also arrives in Lainate (MI), Mondovì (CN), Siena (SI), Capalbio (GR) and Carini (PA).
Accessibility is one of the pillars of the project of Ewiva, a reality born from the joint venture between Enel X Way and Volkswagen Group to create the largest ultra-fast charging network in Italy. Among our goals is to make electric mobility simple and affordable for everyone, meeting the needs of an increasing number of e-drivers.
After the pilot project of the Ceprano (FR) station, we have extended to 5 other Ewiva stations the experimentation of the service that offers the possibility to recharge one’s car and pay by card directly at the charging station, even when one does not have a subscription with a charging service provider (MSP).
In particular, the contactless payment service has been extended to the stations in Capalbio (GR), Carini (PA), Lainate (MI), Mondovì (CN) and Siena (SI) and is aimed at all those who need a non-regular recharge, such as foreign tourists traveling or those who have rented an electric vehicle. In addition, this option can also be useful for regular e-drivers in case of need.
Where can I find Ewiva stations where you can pay by card?
Here is a detailed list with the addresses of the 6 Ewiva stations where you can recharge your electric car by paying by credit or debit card:
– Capalbio, Via Origlio 86
– Ceprano, Via Caragno 12
– Carini, Via Chiachea 17
– Lainate, Via Juan Manuel Fangio
– Mondovì, Corso Mondovicino 13
– Siena, Via Fausto Coppi 1
Which circuits are enabled for payment?
The service provides the possibility to pay directly at the station in contactless mode through debit, credit or prepaid cards of the Mastercard, Visa, Vpay and Maestro circuits, or through Apple Pay and Google Pay. For the trial period, recharging and paying via one of these methods directly at the Ewiva stations listed above will cost €0.90/kWh including VAT.