252 AC-Normallader und 42 DC-Schnelllader werden in der Region Marne et Gondoire, 25 Kilometer östlich von Paris, installiert; erste Inbetriebnahmen für Sommer 2024 geplant.

 

Paris, 14. Mai 2024 : ubitricity, Anbieter und Betreiber von Ladelösungen für Elektrofahrzeuge und Tochtergesellschaft von Shell hat eine Ausschreibung für die Installation und den Betrieb von neuen öffentlichen Ladepunkten in der Nähe von Paris gewonnen. Die Communauté d’Agglomération de Marne et Gondoire (CAMG) hat ubitricity mit insgesamt 147 Ladestationen (294 Ladepunkte) beauftragt. CAMG liegt 25 Kilometer östlich von Paris und besteht unter anderem aus Städten wie Bussy-St-Georges, Bussy-St-Martin, Lagny-sur-Marne und Montévrain. Disneyland liegt nur wenige Kilometer entfernt.

Durch die Installation von AC-Normallader und DC-Schnelllader können Anwohner*innen, Pendler*innen und Besucher*innen ihre E-Fahrzeuge nach Bedarf laden. Alle AC-Lader werden mit je zwei Ladepunkten und einer Ladeleistung von bis zu 22 kW ausgestattet. Dies ermöglicht komfortables Laden beim Einkaufen oder bei Freizeitakvtivitäten. Ideal für längere Strecken sind die DC-Schnelllader, die mit Leistungen von 50 und 150 kW die Batterien der Fahrzeuge innerhalb kurzer Zeit aufladen.

 

Alle E-Fahrer*innen können die neuen Ladepunkte bequem nutzen: Entweder mit ihren gewohnten RFID-Ladekarten oder E-Mobilität-Apps wie Shell Recharge. Alternativ kann ein Ladevorgang ohne Registrierung via eines individuellen QR-Codes / NFC-Tags an dem jeweiligem Ladepunkt gestartet werden.

Der Standort der einzelnen Ladestationen wird derzeit auf der Grundlage lokaler Daten und in enger Abstimmung mit der CAMG festgelegt. Alle Stationen werden auf öffentlichem Grund installiert, um sie Fahrer*innen jederzeit zugänglich zu machen. Die Inbetriebnahme der ersten Ladestation ist für Sommer 2024 geplant. Wie gewohnt, werden die neuen Ladestationen im Shell Recharge Design ausgerollt – und damit in das Ökosystem von Shell für komfortables Laden zu Hause, am Arbeitsplatz und unterwegs integriert.

 

Pierre Tebaldini, Stabschef des Vorsitzenden der Communauté d’Agglomération de Marne et Gondoire:

“Im Rahmen unserer Ausschreibung für den Ausbau der öffentlichen Ladeinfrastruktur haben wir uns für ubitricity Angebot entschieden, da deren Ansatz am zielführensten auf die Bedürfnisse unserer Region eingeht. Die Teams von ubitricity und Shell arbeiten nun eng mit uns zusammen, um die Elektrifizierung der lokalen Fahrzeuge zu beschleunigen.”

Mickael Garreau, Market Unit Lead France bei ubitricity:

„Die neuen öffentlichen Ladestationen werden es den Menschen in der Region erleichtern, auf E-Fahrzeuge umzusteigen. Unser Team betreibt schon heute fast 300 AC- und DC-Ladepunkte in Le Havre Seine Métropole und freut sich nun auf die Zusammenarbeit mit Städten und Vertretern der Region Marne et Gondoire.“

 

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Pressefoto von ubitricity für die Ankündigung über die Installation und den Betrieb von 294 neuen öffentlichen Shell Recharge-Ladepunkten in Marne et Gondoire nahe Paris.
Portrait of Nicole Anhoff-Rosin, Head of Marketing & Communications at ubitricity, the operator of the largest charging network in the UK.

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Über ubitricity


ubitricity ist ein führender Anbieter und Betreiber von Ladelösungen für E-Autos im öffentlichen Raum und unterstützt Städte und Gemeinden beim schnellen Ausbau der Ladeinfrastruktur. Für einen nutzerorientierten Lademix bietet ubitricity AC-Laternenladepunkte, AC-Normal- und DC-Schnellladestationen an und senkt damit Eintrittsbarrieren zur E-Mobilität. ubitricity betreibt mehr als 10.000 Ladepunkte in Europa, darunter Großbritanniens größtes Ladenetz. Auch in Deutschland, Frankreich und den Niederlanden laden Fahrer*innen einfach und bequem an immer mehr ubitricity-Ladepunkten. ubitricity ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft der Shell Gruppe. www.ubitricity.com

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