The A1 test run
Our company is the first in Italy to add integrated debit and credit card POS to its Free to X 300 kW HPC charging station at the Flaminia Est service area on Italy’s A1 highway. These payment methods will also be available soon at the 300 kW Free to X charging stations in the Secchia Ovest service area on the A1 near Modena and the two Enel X Way 300 kW charging stations at Ceprano off the A1.
Obviously, many more stations will benefit from this new type of payment option once the test phase has been completed
Paying for your charge by credit card
Manage your payments with JuicePass
Of course, EV Drivers can still charge their vehicles using the Enel X Way JuicePass, app or any other interoperable Mobility Service Provider and their preferred in-app payment method (debit card, credit card or PayPal).
In the case of the JuicePass, drivers will see the kWh delivered to their vehicle debited at pay per use tariffs or, if selected, using one of the flat rate packages available (Flat Small up to 70 kWh and Flat Large up to 145 kWh) at a cheaper fixed tariff.
Anyone that does not want to register, however, can charge their car by selecting the “Guest” option on the JuicePass log-in page and then inputting their details for billing through credit card, prepaid card, or PayPal.