Electric-Vehicle Trips from Canada to Argentina Are Now Possible
- Enel X Working on EVs and Renewable Energy projects around the world, it has installed more than 200 new charging stations in South and Central America for a long West Coast voyage for EV drivers.
- Infrastructure expansion was done as a new part The long journey In the television documentary, Evan McGregor and a friend (pictured above) travel from the southern tip of Argentina to Los Angeles in the north of Light Harley.
- South America is not exactly an EV hotspot, but at least one research institute has predicted that the “New Latin American Market” has recently crossed a stimulus point.
When it comes to electric vehicles, the major global markets are China, Europe and North America. Despite the never-ending discussion of range anxiety, EVs do not need to be written.
Now, thanks to Enel X, electric drivers now have a way to travel from North America to Ushuaia in southern Argentina. Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico (up to Ensenada on the Baja California Peninsula), Nicaragua, Panama, and Peru. The new “100% Electric Pan-American Charge Corridor” takes EV drivers in the Andes, allowing actor Evan McGregor and his friend Charlie Bourman to travel 13,000 miles using the new Apple TV + series electric motorcycles. The long journey. They both rode electric Harley-Davidson bikes from Ushuaia to Los Angeles, and the Pan-American Charge Corridor on Enrique is featured on the documentary.
While the first Harley-Davidson Davidson motorcycle was the EV star of the LiveWire electric motorcycle show, the film crew boarded electric Rivian pickup trucks and turned the entire operation into a rigorous test bed for new electric vehicles.
It may be a little easier for those who come later. 196 out of 220 new charging stations are now integrated with Enel X’s JuicePass app, allowing users to manage charging services at connected public and private charging stations. Enelle X sells the Juicebox Level 2 Smart EV charger, which has a proprietary smart charging platform called Jusnet, which “optimizes network conditions, enhances driver comfort and allows you to charge with the cleanest and cheapest energy available.”
A report released by Research and Market in January Remember January? 2018 represents 2018 and 2019 is “a place to inspire the new Latin American electric vehicle market” and is predicted to be the Latin American market for plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles. It will grow from less than 4,000 in 2018 to more than 43,000 in 2025.
Enel X has long been considered a global issue for electric vehicles and manages some 130,000 public and private EV charging stations worldwide. Even in a challenging year like 2020, it’s showing growth, an increase of 30,000 over what Enel X initially said earlier this summer. At the CES trade show in January 2020, Enel X introduced Juice Ability, an electric wheelchair charging system (pictured above) using electric vehicle infrastructure. Ennel X in March Partner With the PSA Group in Italy to provide customized charging solutions for buyers of new Peugeot, Citroen, DS and Opal electric vehicles. The company also has renewable energy and demand response programs in places including Chile, Taiwan and India.
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