252 points de recharge normale AC et 42 points de recharge rapide DC seront déployés dans les villes de la Communauté d’Agglomération de Marne et Gondoire, située à 25 kilomètres à l’est de Paris; début des premières installations à l’été 2024.

 

Paris, le 14 mai 2024 : ubitricity, fournisseur et opérateur de solutions de recharge pour véhicules électriques et filiale à 100% du groupe Shell, a remporté un appel d’offres public pour l’installation et l’exploitation de nouvelles bornes de recharge publiques en région parisienne. La Communauté d’Agglomération de Marne et Gondoire (CAMG) a attribué un total de 147 bornes (294 points de recharge). La CAMG est située à 25 kilomètres à l’est de Paris et se compose de villes comme Bussy-St-Georges, Bussy-St-Martin, Lagny-sur-Marne et Montévrain. Disneyland Paris n’est situé qu’à quelques kilomètres.

En déployant à la fois des bornes de recharge normale en courant alternatif et super rapide en courant continu, les résidents, les usagers et les visiteurs pourront recharger leurs véhicules électriques en fonction de leurs besoins. Tous les chargeurs AC seront équipés de deux prises par chargeur et d’une puissance de charge allant jusqu’à 22 kW. Ceux-ci permettent des expériences de recharge pratiques pendant les achats ou les activités de loisirs. Grâce à des capacités de charge de 50 et 150 kW, les chargeurs plus rapides à courant continu rechargent les batteries des véhicules électriques en peu de temps, ce qui est idéal pour les longs trajets.

 

Tous les conducteurs de véhicules électriques pourront utiliser les nouvelles bornes de recharge : soit avec leurs cartes de recharge RFID habituelles et leurs applications de mobilité électrique, telles que Shell Recharge. Alternativement, la recharge sans enregistrement est également possible via un QR code individuel / une étiquette NFC sur la borne de recharge.

L’emplacement de chaque borne de recharge est actuellement déterminé sur la base de diverses données locales et en étroite concertation avec la CAMG. Toutes les bornes de recharge seront installées sur le terrain public, ce qui les rendra pleinement accessibles aux conducteurs. La mise en service du premier chargeur est prévue pour l’été 2024. Comme pour tous les nouveaux déploiements d’ubitricity, les chargeurs porteront la marque Shell Recharge et seront donc intégrés à l’écosystème de Shell pour une recharge pratique à la maison, au travail et dans les espaces publics.

 

Pierre Tebaldini, Directeur de cabinet du Président de la Communauté d’Agglomération de Marne et Gondoire :

« Suite à une mise en concurrence, notre choix s’est porté sur l’offre de Shell ubitricity qui nous est apparue comme celle qui correspondait le mieux au territoire, au développement des IRVE et donc à la mobilité électrique. L’écoute et le travail commun entre les équipes de Shell et notre collectivité permettent d’apporter une véritable réponse à l’électrification actuelle et à venir de la flotte automobile. »

Mickaël Garreau, Market Unit Lead France chez Shell ubitricity :

« Les nouvelles bornes de recharge publiques faciliteront le passage des habitants de la région à l’électromobilité. Après avoir déjà exploité près de 300 points de recharge AC et DC au Havre Seine Métropole, notre équipe se réjouit aujourd’hui de travailler également avec les villes et les représentants de la communauté urbaine Marne et Gondoire. »

 

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Image de presse pour l'annonce par ubitricity de 294 nouvelles bornes de recharge AC et DC qui seront déployées à Marne et Gondoire près de 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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Nicole Anhoff
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A propos d'ubitricity


ubitricity est l’un des principaux opérateurs d’infrastructure de recharge dans l’espace public et collabore avec les collectivités dans le déploiement de leur réseau de stations de recharge. Pour répondre à tous les besoins de recharge des conducteurs, ubitricity propose des bornes de recharge normales et rapides, ainsi que des bornes de recharge sur lampadaires, réduisant ainsi les obstacles à l’e-mobilité. ubitricity exploite plus de 10 000 points de charge sur le réseau Shell Recharge, dont le plus grand réseau de charge du Royaume-Uni. Les conducteurs de VE en Allemagne, en France et aux Pays-Bas se rechargent également de manière pratique à un nombre croissant de points de charge exploités par ubitricity. ubitricity est une filiale à 100% du groupe Shell. www.ubitricity.com

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