Enel X Way 4+

Charging stations map


Designed for iPad

    • Free



Enel X Way allows you to easily charge your electric car! You can access over 318.000 public chargers globally or also charge at home with your Enel X Way JuiceBox.
Enel X Way mobile app allows you to manage all your electric or plug-in hybrid car’s charging needs from wherever you are. You can search and filter nearby charging stations based on availability, max charging power, or plug type with the live map. Download the app for free and register in just a few clicks.
Enel X Way is convenient
• The mobile app works on all mobile devices and in all countries!
• With a few clicks, Enel X Way allows you to find the nearest EV charger, choose the best suited rate plan, and customize your charging experience by entering your car model.
Enel X Way is multifunctional
• Pick the charging station that works for your electric or hybrid car, find charging costs or available hours, and reserve the charging station in advance.
• See your charging history, energy consumption, past invoices, and more.
• Manage charging at home. Configure one or more Enel X Way JuiceBox chargers directly from the mobile app.
• Remotely start / stop charging sessions and monitor charging progress.
• Use smart charging features to postpone or delay charging start times and to set duration.
• Share your Enel X Way JuiceBox with other users.
Download the app and start your journey into the world of electric mobility!
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What’s New

Version 4.3.41

We update the app regularly to improve your charging experience.
Included in this version bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
2.3K Ratings

2.3K Ratings

JurisZachary ,

Unreliable, slow, and invasive

At the end of the day, this is supposed to be a glorified phone charger with a built-in timer. However, having it haphazardly connect to this half-baked app renders it useless. The charger will stop delivering power to the EV without notification, so I’m scared to schedule it to charge off peak hours. The app won’t refresh stats properly, and it can’t provide a cost estimate. And if you don’t permit the app to track your location full-time, it makes you confirm your location ever time you log in. It’s absurd I cannot set a default location for my use. Frankly, the signup process is invasive enough considering it requires your precise address to get the charger to work. Of course, those are all problems that you only run into once the slow interface decides to work. I’m running an iPhone 12 Pro and charging a VW ID.4 via a 40amp JuiceBox for reference. The JuiceBox is within 10 feet of my router, protected from the elements, and the 14-50 NEMA outlet for the unit was professionally installed.

Senor Wink ,

Another disappointed customer

Like the last review, I had my charger for a while and was perfectly happy with it and had no issues.
One day it stopped working and after many attempts to get it to work I finally called customer service. They informed me that the app had migrated to the new EnelX Way app and that the old one with no longer work. They did this without ever informing me or as I’m assuming anyone else. I spent an hour and a half on the phone with her tech to try to get my car charger working and it finally did. However, the next day it did not work again. I have been on the phone on several occasions and have sent countless emails back-and-forth trying to get my every time they get it going again for a short time before it tells me that it won’t charge again. I keep getting error messages on the app saying “something went wrong”. I also got a message on my dashboard, saying to check the charger and my charging has been canceled. I don’t understand why this won’t just work. I also don’t understand why this company will not fix the problem immediately. I’m sure they’re getting overrun with complaints. All I want to do is charge my car and I can’t even do it. This app has been a disaster and is a complete piece of junk! who thought that plugging in your car to charge would be so difficult? shouldn’t we be able to just plug in our car and it charges? Why is there an app controlling this that is doing what it wants and shuts down the charging?

GatorNut30 ,

Frustrated Customer, and Horrible App

I’ve owned my JuiceBox for more than 3 years and was very happy with its operation as well as the previous JuiceBox app. I was forced to move to this Enel X Way sometime the middle of June. I wasn’t able to log in initially and (since it was new) patiently waited ~3 weeks before submitting a service ticket. My service ticket was submitted on 11 July. I am still unable to log in (now 29 July) and my ticket is unresolved. I have received sporadic responses from technical support despite my issue being upgraded to “Level 3” on 16 July.

I’m now making my voice heard publicly. Since my app isn’t working, and my JuiceBox went offline with the app change…I cannot adjust my charging schedule or preform on demand charging (not needed often in Hawaii). Yesterday I needed to supplement my normal charging for about 2hours, which I should have been able to do at home…nope, not currently due to this app issue. Due to my need and schedule, I had to find a Level 3 charging station and pay for the service. The cost of doing this isn’t and issue…it’s the fact I have the capacity to charge they way I need to at home…and I cannot currently. I was trying to pack for an international trip and could have easily done this at home…but I couldn’t and had to take additional time to go charge somewhere vs. doing it at home. Very frustrating.

App Privacy

The developer, ENEL X WAY SRL, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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