Allego and Enedis inaugurated 107 ultra-fast EV charging stations in France in less than a year.
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Allego and Enedis inaugurated 107 ultra-fast EV charging stations in France in less than a year.

Allego and Enedis collaborate to deploy 904 charging stations across strategic locations in France, contributing to the Government's electromobility objective and UN SDGs.

The collaboration between Allego and Enedis has now opened its 107th public ultra-fast EV charging hub just 12 months after the inauguration of its first hub in Orange, Vaucluse. The latest hub is located in Rambouillet, Yvelines.

These public ultra-fast charging hubs are a crucial development for the EV industry, offering 904 charging stations across strategic locations in France including car parks of hypermarkets, rest stops along the motorway, and restaurants near thoroughfares. This network is the first in France to be deployed on such a large scale at these types of destinations and has already prevented the equivalent of 2,000 tons of CO2 emissions since its opening.

The charging stations are open to all types of EVs with a charging capacity ranging from 22kW to 300kW. This deployment is part of the French government’s objective to support electromobility and specifically contributes to the “100,000 charging stations objective” set by the Minister for Energy Transition and Territorial Cohesion. It also aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In addition to the charging points for cars, these stations have also been designed as true “urban-mobility hubs,” featuring 1,717 charging points dedicated to e-mobility. This includes charging points for bicycles, scooters, and electric scooters, allowing for more sustainable forms of transport to be recharged while people are out and about shopping for groceries or running errands.

Allego, the operator of 120 public ultra-fast EV charging hubs in France, has plans to deploy over 300 of their hubs throughout the country by 2024. This ambitious target reflects the increasing demand for EVs and the need for more accessible charging infrastructure to support their widespread adoption.

Allego is demonstrating its ability to deploy and maintain charging infrastructure on a very large scale. We want to position ourselves as a partner of choice to support landowners in the valuation of their assets and in their adaptation to the new modes of transport of their customers,” Mathieu Bonnet, Chief Executive Officer at Allego.

Also Read: ALD Automotive and ChargePoint Holdings partner to create a new EV charging business in Europe.

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