Enel’s newly acquired eMotorWerks has announced an expansion into Europe, to participate in the bloc’s burgeoning electric vehicle scene.

The expansion supports Enel’s broader plan for more robust electric vehicle charging infrastructure throughout Europe, where eMotorWerks has set up its European headquarters in Berlin, Germany, and offices in London and Paris..
JuiceBox Pro 32 eMotorWerks
The company is also releasing its JuiceBox Pro 32 EV charging station which recently secured CE certification. These products complement Enel’s public charge point solutions and fast-charging DC stations already being delivered in Europe.

“We’ve always held a global vision to serve customers around the world. As demand in Europe is booming, increasing our footprint here allows us to ensure grids throughout the continent are primed for the smart-grid charging necessary to take advantage of everything EVs have to offer customers and energy providers,” eMotorWerks founder and CEO Valery Miftakhov told SmartCitiesWorld online.

The JuiceBox charging stations and cloud-connected JuiceNet software platform will deliver smart-grid charging capabilities to European consumers. With the JuiceBox line of smart grid wallboxes, EV drivers benefit from high-powered charging, market-proven reliability, and smartphone visibility and control over EV charging.

“With our numerous European partnerships, establishing our presence throughout the European market is the next step in assisting energy providers to prepare for the coming wave of EVs,” said Sergey Kiselev, VP Europe.

“As part of global energy provider Enel, our expansion will support the impressive European EV growth by providing charging solutions and energy services that adapt to regional energy systems and customer needs.”

eMotorWerks has stations already deployed in southern Europe as well as the UK and Romania. To date, eMotorWerks has deployed nearly 30,000 smart grid charging stations worldwide into residential, multifamily, and public locations through its JuiceBox charging stations.