Inauguration of ultra-fast RICARICA charging stations at the Limenella service area

In the presence of Arturo Lorenzoni, regional councillor of Veneto and Energy Economics Professor at the University of Padua, Pier Giovanni Pisani of A4 Holding Group, Pier Paolo Zaina, Business Development at Autogrill Italia, Fabrizio Dughiero, Director of the Industrial Engineering Department at the University of Padua, Giuseppe Mombellardo, owner of Autobase, Cesare Fera, President of the FERA Group, and Ugo Salvoni, Project Manager at RICARICA, officially inaugurated the 150 kW ultra-fast infrastructure for recharging electric vehicles with 100% green energy.

“After last June’s event, in Vado Ligure (SV) when we inaugurated the first public ‘RICARICA station’ in Italy which is directly connected to a wind farm, with columns of up to 350 kW intended for trucks and electric cars, the development of RICARICA has been accelerated,” said Cesare Fera, Group president, “and now we are devoting ourselves to the ‘electrification’ of Italian motorways, thanks to our collaboration with Autogrill and Autostrada Brescia Verona Vicenza Padova.

It is good to see entrepreneurs like Cesare Fera,who know how to meet the challenges of the transition to renewable energy also in mobility. – added Arturo Lorenzoni, Regional Councillor of the Veneto Region – We need to develop a network of fast charging stations along the motorway network, and investments like this one by Limenella are enabling the transition towards sustainable mobility”.

“The charging stations installed at the Limenella service area, on the A4 Brescia-Padova motorway, both in the direction of Venice and also Milan, are ultra-fast 150 kW with CCS2 connectors, which can be activated with Apps and RFid cards, via European roaming, and with payment by credit/debit card. – continued Ugo Salvoni, Project Manager of RICARICA, the FERA Group is dedicated to advanced services for sustainable mobility – Data released by Motus-e, tells us that at the end of 2023 there were less than 1,000 columns (932) on the motorway, even though in Italy there are more than 50,000 recharging points (as of 31/12/2023), with an increase of almost 14,000 units compared to 2022, and in Veneto we have 5,000 (4,914), in third place after Lombardy and Piedmont.”

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