Renault is working with the Eco2charge consortium to accelerate the deployment of charging solutions for electric vehicles
18 September 2014 11:30
The Eco2charge consortium coordinated by Bouygues Energie & Services is today launching an R&D program at the Fédération Nationale des Travaux Publics*, 3 rue de Berri, Paris 8, to accelerate the deployment of charging solutions for electric vehicles. This project draws upon the expertise of partners in different sectors for the development of electric mobility: Actility, Alstom, Bouygues Energie & Services, CEA, Embix, Nexans, Renault and the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
This collaborative innovation aims to turn tertiary sites equipped with charging infrastructure into fully fledged energy ecosystems grouping power generation, consumption and storage on an interactive basis.
These local “Smart Grid” loops will deliver an optimal charging service for users, while limiting the costs of infrastructure, civil engineering, subscriptions and the energy impact of the site on the electricity distribution network. The ambition of the Eco2charge project is to develop and market a full solution within the next three years.
For more information, click on the link www.eco2charge.fr
* National federation of public works
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