Enel X to Install Chargers at Novartis Premises in Italy
Enel X will be responsible for the electrification of Novartis’s new Milan office currently under construction on Piazza Gae Aulenti and the
Enel X will be responsible for the electrification of Novartis’s new Milan office currently under construction on Piazza Gae Aulenti and the company’s other Italian offices, where it will be installing infrastructure from the Juice range, including 22kW + 22kW JuicePole public charging stations and the new 22kW JuiceBox for the charging of the company fleet. Novartis employees will also benefit from an integrated all-inclusive solution that includes the provision of an electric or hybrid vehicle, the installation of a domestic JuiceBox in the garage of their home and the possibility to access an extensive recharging network throughout Italy, Europe and at Novartis sites using the Enel X JuicePass app. Novartis will also be able to access Enel X’s JuiceNet Manager portal to manage all of the company’s fleet charging operations and to monitor and manage the Juice stations installed at its sites.
In addition to technological solutions, Enel X will enable Novartis employees to benefit from its expertise in the e-mobility sector through special training sessions that will allow them to learn more about the electric mobility services designed for the company and the latest developments across the electric mobility sector as a whole.
In addition to carbon neutrality, the Novartis Group aims to achieve plastic neutrality and water neutrality by 2030 as part of a medium-term global sustainability plan in which Italy is fully involved. Measures have been put in place at each of the Novartis sites across the country in order to significantly improve environmental performance. In Origgio, in Italy’s Lombardy region, for example, the goal of eliminating the use of single-use plastic in food has already been achieved, whilst the company’s new headquarters will be housed in a highly energy-efficient building currently being completed in Milan, and the production plant in Torre Annunziata (province of Naples) is planning investments aimed at purchasing new machinery with a low environmental footprint.