Jusqu’à présent, 212 points de recharge rapide AC et 34 points de recharge rapide DC ont été installés sur voirie et ouverts au public – 288 autres seront déployés d’ici la fin de 2024 – des supports d’information et d’assistance sont disponibles pour les conducteurs de véhicules électriques.

Le Havre, le 17 janvier 2024 : ubitricity, fournisseur et opérateur de solutions de recharge pour véhicules électriques et filiale à part entière du groupe Shell, a atteint l’étape importante de 200 points de recharge publiques sur Le Havre Seine Métropole. Le déploiement fait suite à l’obtention d’un appel d’offres public de la Communauté urbaine Le Havre Seine Métropole Seine pour 534 points de recharge publiques pour véhicules électriques en 2022. Toutes les bornes de recharge AC et DC sont installées dans le cadre d’une collaboration entre Shell ubitricity et Shell Recharge et peuvent être utilisées par tous les utilisateurs de véhicules électriques.

Les bornes de recharge rapide AC publiques sont idéales pour une recharge étendue pendant de plus longues périodes de stationnement, par exemple lors de courses, d’un repas au restaurant ou d’un événement local. Au sein de la métropole du Havre, il y a actuellement 212 de ces points de recharge AC d’une capacité de charge allant jusqu’à 22 kW disponibles. Elles sont exploitées par Shell ubitricity et installées dans les villes suivantes : Le Havre, Anglesqueville-l’Esneval, Cauville-sur-Mer, Criquetot-l’Esneval, Cuverville, Épouville, Gonfreville-l’Orcher, Harfleur, Hermeville, La Poterie-Cap-d’Antifer, Manéglise, Montivilliers, Notre-Dame-du-Bec, Octeville-sur-Mer, Pierrefiques, Rolleville, Sandouville, Sainte-Adresse, Sainneville-sur-Seine et Saint-Vincent-Cramesnil.

Avec les bornes de recharge rapide DC d’une puissance allant jusqu’à 150 kW, les usagers et peuvent recharger rapidement avec une puissance élevée. C’est parfait lorsque le temps est limité et que de longues distances doivent être parcourues. Shell Recharge France exploite 34 points de recharge rapide DC dans les lieux suivants : Le Havre (Office du Tourisme, Rue Arthur Honegger et Rue du Chilllou), Saint Romain de Colsbosc et Criquetot-l’Esneval.

 

Les sociétés d’exploitation Shell ubitricity et Shell Recharge se réjouissent de l’acceuil, du niveau d’utilisation initiale et des retours expériences exprimés par les usagers. L’utilisateur peut ainsi démarrer une recharge selon son usage en utilisant soit le paiement à l’utilisation (sans inscription nécessaire), soit leur application/carte de mobilité électrique préférée.

  • Shell ubitricity gère un site web dédié à l’expansion de l’infrastructure de recharge publique au sein de la métropole du Havre. Les automobilistes peuvent obtenir des informations sur le nombre et les emplacements des bornes de recharge, les tarifs et les plans d’expansion.
  • Une brochure détaillée sur le projet, des instructions d’utilisation, des contacts d’assistance, et plus encore sont disponibles en ligne via Shell ubitricity.
  • Toutes les bornes de recharge offrent des instructions d’utilisation détaillées. Sur les bornes de recharge rapide DC, un écran numérique guide les conducteurs de véhicules électriques tout au long du processus. Toutes les bornes de recharge AC sont équipées d’un autocollant d’instructions étape par étape. Ce document est également disponible en version numérique en français et en anglais.
  • Si les conducteurs ont des questions ou rencontrent des problèmes, ils peuvent contacter l’équipe du service client à tout moment (pour les bornes AC : (+33) 0800 941 740 ou support.fr@ubitricity.com; pour les bornes DC : (+33) 969 366 018).

 

Thomas Le Gall, Directeur commercial chez ubitricity : 

« Nous sommes fiers d’avoir déjà réalisé des progrès remarquables dans l’expansion de l’infrastructure de recharge du Havre Seine Métropole. En 2024, notre équipe continuera de déployer les nouvelles bornes restantes à un rythme soutenu et se concentrera davantage sur la facilité d’utilisation des nouvelles infrastructures de recharge, tant pour les conducteurs de véhicules électriques expérimentés que pour les nouveaux utilisateurs. »

 

Portrait of Nicole Anhoff-Rosin, Head of Marketing & Communications at ubitricity, the operator of the largest charging network in the UK.

Contact Presse

Nicole Anhoff
Head of Marketing & Communications

presse@ubitricity.com

Des photos haute résolution des points de charge ubitricity sont disponibles dans notre section de téléchargement.

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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