Sustainable mobility

We are committed to making the mobility of today and tomorrow increasingly sustainable through proprietary technology and strategic agreements.

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Our concept of mobility

A mix of solutions for efficient and increasingly decarbonised mobility

Eni’s evolution entails achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda and the targets set out in the Paris Agreement on climate change. Eni has planned a decarbonisation pathway that will reduce emissions generated throughout the life cycle of products. To do this, we rely on synergy between all available technologies. For this purpose Eni Sustainable Mobility, the company 100% controlled by Eni dedicated to sustainable mobility and uniquely positioned as a customer-focused multi-energy and multi-service business, was born. All of the group’s initiatives in this sector, both in terms of research and development and of agreements and partnerships with other operators, make up an increasingly integrated mix of solutions. These include energy carriers such as biofuels produced from waste and residues and, from 2023, there will be an increase in oils from crops that are not in competition with food cycles and not at risk of deforestation, biomethane, hydrogen and electric vehicles together with services such as the Enjoy (also) electric car sharing, offering a contribution to the relief of traffic congestion in urban centres.

In addition, in Venice, the first Enilive Station for hydrogen refuelling is already operating.

We believe that a combined approach to sustainable mobility based on innovative solutions is able to help in achieving the 2050 net zero emissions target and provide in perspective Eni's customers with a variety of fully decarbonised products and services.


Eni Sustainable Mobility, Eni’s new company

Eni’s mobility company, a customer-focused multi-energy and multi-service business.


A collaboration between Enilive and Accademia Niko Romito

ALT Stazione del Gusto: the new restaurant for people on the move.

Our solutions for electric mobility

When it comes to e-mobility, Eni boasts comprehensive solutions. In the field of e-mobility, Eni operates with an integrated approach. In Turin, Bologna, Florence, Milan and Rome, the cities where the Enjoy car sharing service is available, Eni Sustainable Mobility is expanding its fleet by introducing new zero-emission cars. In addition, with Plenitude Eni is among the main operators in the field of electric mobility in Italy. Plenitude has an extensive network of over 16,000 charging points throughout Italy and Europe, with the goal to expand the network to over 30,000 charging points by 2026.

In particular, Enilive Stations are being transformed into “mobility points” offering alternative energy carriers and services, including a network of Plenitude HPC (High Power Charger) posts available to customers, and thus offer the best use of the refuelling “pit stop”. This network is being progressively expanded in Italy and Europe: Eni plans to have HPC posts in 1,000 service stations in Italy and 500 overseas (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France and Spain) by 2025. 


Partnership that add value

Collaboration is a fundamental value for Eni. Agreements with companies and operators in the transport sector have led to some unique solutions. For an increasingly sustainable and circular mobility.


A mix of products and solutions for an increasingly efficient mobility

Eni's mobility proposal involves solutions and services designed to make transportation more sustainable.

Enjoy, the safe and easy to use car sharing service

In major Italian cities, such as Milan, Turin, Rome, Bologna and Florence, Eni Sustainable Mobility's car sharing service, Enjoy, is available. It is a car and cargo-van rental service that can be booked with a simple app. The service is safe and easy to use and has become a popular and valued alternative mobility solution to the use of private vehicles, with benefits on traffic reduction and quality of life for those living and travelling in cities for work and beyond.


Biofuels offer a key contribution to the transport transition

We develop the most innovative technologies and low-carbon production methods to produce biofuel.

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Our biofuels

In 2014 Eni started to produce biofuels by transforming vegetable oils and biomass waste into HVO (hydrogenated vegetable oil), which is added to diesel oil to create Eni Diesel +, Eni's premium fuel. HVO biofuel, of which Eni Sustainable Mobility is the only producer in Italy and the second in Europe, can also be used in 100% pure form. HVOlution is Eni Sustainable Mobility's first diesel produced from 100% renewable raw materials, according to the conventional criterion of Directive (EU) 2018/2001 "REDII", and it has been sold at 50 Eni petrol stations since February 2023. By April 2023, it will be available in 150 sales points in Italy. HVO in pure form is already in use in some contexts, such as ground vehicles at airports and by some companies in the logistics sector and tests have been carried out on buses, trucks and trains with excellent results. The HVOlution biofuel is produced from waste raw materials and vegetable residue and from oils generated by crops that do not compete with the food chain, and can already be used in type-approved engines.

Thanks to the development of proprietary technologies, the Gela and Venice refineries, have been completely transformed and converted to process organic raw materials such as vegetable oils, animal fat and used cooking oils, from which we obtain biofuels. Since March 2021, we have signed agreements with a number of African countries for the development of sustainable oil crops, in particular castor, the launch of targeted agricultural projects and the collection of agricultural waste and residues, for a range of initiatives that do not compete with food production.

In Congo and particularly in Kenya, projects for vertical integration in bio-refining are already at an advanced stage. At the beginning of October 2022, the first cargo of vegetable oil for bio-refining produced by Eni in Kenya left the port of Mombasa bound for the Gela bio-refinery.

Eni Sustainable Mobility is also committed to the development of sustainable fuels for aviation (SAF – Sustainable Aviation Fuels) for the decarbonization of air transport. 

Towards low-emission mobility

Methane is one of the most technologically mature of the alternative fuels. It is readily available thanks to a distribution network of around 1,500 sales points and a consolidated market in Italy. By strengthening its distribution network, Eni is fostering the spread of mobility with both compressed CNG for cars, and liquid LNG for HGVs. Eni has laid the foundations to become the leading producer of bio-methane in Italy through EniBioCh4in, the Eni Sustainable Mobility company that owns 21 plants for the generation of electricity from biogas, agricultural biomass and livestock waste, and a plant for the treatment of FORSU, the organic fraction of urban solid waste. The plan is to feed more than 50 million cubic metres per year into the national gas grid, promoting the whole bio-methane chain as a tool for decarbonisation.

The new Enilive Station: from service station to “mobility point”

Eni transforms its Eni Stations into Enilive Stations, spaces completely dedicated to mobility, people and the car, with services that can usually be managed with a simple click on the Enilive App. Our stations offer services ranging from long-distance to urban mobility, including those designed to facilitate even the shortest of journeys, with hire car pick-up points for you to continue your onward journey. Today, stations have a new integrated role, combining the use of traditional fuels with new forms of alternative energy. At Enilive Stations you can take advantage of updated Enjoy services, Eni Parking areas and Eni Charge points to charge your electric car, with fast and ultrafast charging.

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