252 AC fast and 42 DC rapid charge points will be rolled out throughout cities in the region of Marne et Gondoire, located 25 kilometres east of Paris; first installations to begin in summer 2024

 

Paris, 14th May 2024: ubitricity, provider and operator of charging solutions for electric vehicles and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Shell Group, has secured a public tender for the installation and operation of new public EV chargers near Paris. The Communauté d’Agglomération de Marne et Gondoire (CAMG) has awarded the charge point operator with a total number of 147 chargers (294 charge points). CAMG is situated 25 kilometres east of Paris and consists of cities like Bussy-St-Georges, Bussy-St-Martin, Lagny-sur-Marne et Montévrain. Disneyland Paris is located only a few kilometres away.

By rolling out both AC fast and DC rapid chargers, residents, commuters and visitors will be able to recharge their electric vehicles according to their needs. All AC chargers will be equipped with two sockets per charger and a charging power of up to 22 kW . These enable convenient charging experiences during shopping or leisure activities. Thanks to charging capacities of 50 and 150 kW, the DC rapid chargers will top up the EVs’ batteries within a short time – ideal when travelling long distances.

 

All drivers of electric vehicles can use the new charging stations: Either with their usual RFID charging cards and e-mobility apps, such as Shell Recharge. Or, alternatively, without registering via individual QR codes / NFC tags at the respective charge point.

The location of each charging station is currently being determined based on local insights and in close consultation with the CAMG. All chargers will be installed on public grounds, making them accessible to drivers at all time. The commissioning of the first charger is set to happen in summer 2024. As with all new ubitricity roll-outs, the chargers will be branded Shell Recharge – and are thus integrated into Shell’s ecosystem for convenient charging at home, at work and in public spaces.

 

Pierre Tebaldini, Chief of Staff to the Chairman of the Communauté d’Agglomération de Marne et Gondoire:

“Following a competitive tender, we chose the Shell ubitricity offer, which we felt was the best suited to the area, to the development of the charging infrastructure and therefore to electric mobility. Shell’s teams have worked closely with our local authorities to provide a real response to the current and future electrification of our vehicles.

Mickael Garreau, Market Unit Lead France at Shell ubitricity:

“The new public charging stations will make it easier for people in the region to switch to electric vehicles. Already operating almost 300 AC and DC charging points in Le Havre Seine Métropole, our team is now looking forward to working with cities and representatives in the region of Marne et Gondoire.”

 

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ubitricity is a leading provider and operator of public EV charging. Focusing on creating user-oriented charging networks, ubitricity offers AC lamppost, AC fast and DC rapid charging stations. The company operates more than 10,000 charging points within the Shell Recharge network, including the UK’s largest charging network. EV Drivers in Germany, France and the Netherlands are also charging conveniently at an increasing number of ubitricity-operated charge points. ubitricity is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Shell Group. www.ubitricity.com

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