E-Mobility

Innovative Solutions: Elecetricity Network Integration

WHAT IT IS

Public charging infrastructure (pole stations) requires integration with the electrical grid to ensure constant monitoring of output for the use of electric cars and to avoid overloads.
 
For this reason, Enel Distribuzione has developed the Electric Mobility Management (EMM) system, which is software that provides an exchange of technical and commercial information between various vendors.i.
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ELECTRIC MOBILITY MANAGEMENT (EMM)

The Electric Mobility Management (EMM) system monitors and controls all public and private charging infrastructure installed by Enel
 
This system manages the entire charging process and acquires useful data to provide more services to customers, energy suppliers, network managers, market operators and charging point personnel.
 
EMM consists of three modules:
  • Network monitoring (Power Grid Control)
  • Management of recharging infrastructure (Infrastructure Management)
  • Contract management (Contracts and Services)
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VEHICLE TO GRID

Vehicle to Grid (V2G) technology uses electric vehicle batteries as flexible accumulators and sources of energy. Essentially, batteries not only provide power to electric vehicles, but can also supply power to the grid, when required, to meet peaks in demand.

How it works

The technology relies on developments in smart energy metering through the use of new electronic meters.
 
With smart metering, the electrical grid operators can remotely regulate the charging of vehicles in order to transfer the load to the grid during hours of low energy demand.
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THE ENERGY SUPPLY FOR YOUR ELECTRIC CAR
It's ready for you in one of our Punto Enel outlets, together with all the information on how to apply.
 
Or call our dedicated toll-free number 800 069 850. We're waiting for you.

VEHICLE TO HOME

The main objective of this technology is to minimise the costs of electricity bills.
 
Vehicle to Home technology uses the storage capacity of electric vehicle batteries to efficiently manage the electrical loads of your home.

How it works

Vehicle to Home technology consists of a Home Energy Management System (HEMS) that coordinates all the systems involved:
  • the electric vehicle battery, which manages the electrical loads in your home. It can also be used in the event of power failures.
  • the HEMS storage battery, which stores the excess energy produced by the power-generation systems in your home (instead of it being fed into the grid). During peak hours (when the price of energy is greater), the stored energy is supplied to domestic utilities. It can also be used in the event of power failures.
 
This system requires technological devices that connect the power-generation system and batteries (which provide a DC supply) with domestic utilities (which use an AC supply). Inverters are therefore needed to convert direct current into alternating current.
 
Here are some projects that are experimenting with this technology:
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THE ENERGY SUPPLY FOR YOUR ELECTRIC CAR
It's ready for you in one of our Punto Enel outlets, together with all the information on how to apply.
 
Or call our dedicated toll-free number 800 069 850. We're waiting for you.

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