To support the growth of electric cars, Esso motorway service stations will soon be equipped with fast charging stations.
Fast charging stations for electric cars are becoming more democratic, especially on the motorway. Certas Energy France, operator of stations-service Esso, and Engie Solutions announced the creation of a joint venture called SSEC, as part of an investment partnership.
With an initial investment of 10 million euros for the first phase, the new company will be in charge of deploying, in Esso-branded motorway service stations, a network of fast charging stations for electric cars.
By relying on the expertise of Engie Solutions in the deployment and operation of infrastructures, SSEC will install 85 super chargers in 14 stations-serviceEsso motorways operated by Certas, on all three major French motorway networks (Vinci, APRR and Sanef).
According to Laurent de Seré, Managing Director of Certas Energy France, this partnership “Will allow Certas to make a significant development in the” super-charger “activity which, together with other initiatives linked to the energy transition, will pave the way for a sustainable and profitable future for our company”.
This new offer will complete the “clean” energy offer offered by DCC, the parent company of Certas Energy France, among which we find superethanol E85, bio diesel, bio LPG and bio LNG, not to mention the installation of solar panels.
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