In Latin America, Electric Vehicle Charging is More Convenient and Advanced

In Latin America, Electric Vehicle Charging is More Convenient and Advanced


Programming the charging of the car from the cell phone or being able to see the energy used and thus control household or business expenses are some of the advantages that drivers of electric vehicles in Latin America will benefit from after the alliance between two large firms in the sector.

With this union, Evergo -a charging station platform for this type of vehicle- and Wallbox -one of the world’s leading providers of charging and energy management solutions- seek to revolutionize electric mobility in the region, with an eye on sustainability, cost reduction and control of the energy used.

According to a statement from Evergo published this Tuesday, the company thus becomes an official distributor of Wallbox in thirteen countries, including those currently in operation (the Dominican Republic, Panama, Jamaica, Uruguay, Mexico, Aruba, and Paraguay). ).

Specifically, the inclusion of Wallbox chargers in the Evergo portfolio will allow charging to be enhanced with a state-of-the-art technological system through the “My Evergo” (for private users) and “Evergo Fleet” modalities, through which companies will be able to operate intelligent mechanisms in charging yards for fleets of electric vehicles.

The agreement signed includes the Pulsar Plus -a compact residential charger that, weighing less than one kilo, can be installed in both indoor and outdoor car parks- and the Commander 2 for semi-public environments, both with a supply speed of between 7.4 and 22 kW.

In addition, the user of an electric vehicle will be able to connect through the same intelligent platform with all the stations affiliated with the Evergo network in an increasing number of countries.


Both companies express their satisfaction with this alliance, which, underlines the note, will allow “offering the most advanced and innovative cargo management system on the market in the Latin American region” and with which they “revolutionize the transition towards electric mobility in Spain and Latin America.”

According to Rolando González Bunster, president and CEO of InterEnergy Group, Evergo’s parent company, they are “excited to cross borders and expand the limits of mobility, allowing Latin American society to have these next-generation systems, promoting innovation and creation of increasingly intelligent and sustainable cities.”

Roberto Herrera, executive director of Evergo Holdings, also highlights that, although since its launch in 2020, this company already connects electric mobility with more than 700 stations throughout the Dominican Republic, Panama, and Jamaica, from now on, users “will be able to manage the charging of their vehicles from the comfort of their homes and businesses.”

“We are very pleased to have signed this agreement with Evergo, one of the charging leaders for EVs (electric vehicles) in Latin America. These actions are essential to ensure that this region has all the necessary elements to make it easier for drivers to switch to zero-emission mobility”, says Diego Martins, head of Wallbox in Latin America.

With a presence in the Dominican Republic, Panama, Jamaica, Aruba, Paraguay, Spain, and Mexico, Evergo is established as the leading network of fast and semi-fast charging points in Latin America and the Caribbean, with an expansion plan that exceeds 15,000 charging stations. Public and residential charges.

For its part, Wallbox -founded in 2015 and headquartered in Barcelona- offers charging and energy management solutions for residential, semi-public, and public use in 113 countries. It currently has 1,200 employees in its offices in Europe, Asia, and America.