The electronic toll badge distributor Bip&Go is extending its electric charging services and offering a payment card giving access to 300,000 terminals.
Bip&Go, a subsidiary of the Sanef group renowned for its electronic toll services, is taking a new step in the field of electric mobility by launching their electric charging card.
This new offer aims to meet the growing needs of European motorists in terms of charging for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
This new initiative is aimed in particular at the two million Bip&Go customers and aims to facilitate electric charging for owners of electric and hybrid vehicles.
In 2022, nearly 350,000 new 100% electric and plug-in hybrid cars have been registered in France, accounting for approximately 18% of the automotive market. With this in mind, Bip&Go is working to simplify the refueling process for owners by expanding its service offering.
The Bip&Go electric charging card covers a vast European territory, going beyond the French borders. In addition to France, this service extension is also available in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, with expansion plans to other countries underway. Currently, this card allows access to more than 300,000 charging stations out of the 460,000 currently in place in Europe.
Users interested in the Bip&Go electric charging card can activate it via the dedicated mobile application, which can be downloaded free of charge. Once the card is activated, drivers can locate charging points compatible with their journey and simply tap the card on the terminal of their choice to initiate and end the charging session.
Payment is made automatically through the Bip&Go subscription at the start of the following month, providing a hassle-free experience for users. Even if Bip&Go evokes “a majority of accessible charging stations”the main networks concerned are not mentioned.
This initiative aligns with Bip&Go’s overall strategy to promote electromobility. The group has already implemented measures such as the Télépéage Electrique+ subscription and the deployment of high-power charging stations on the Sanef network.
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