Volkswagen is launching Electrify France, a network of 150 high-power charging stations based on the German group’s dealer network.
To support the rise of its Volkswagen ID range. of electric vehicles, the German manufacturer is launching Electrify France by Volkswagen Group Networksa new project of network of charging stationslocated within its distribution networks for the Volkswagen, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Audi, SEAT, Cupra and Škoda brands.
“The initiatives that Volkswagen Group France is deploying in terms of Electromobility are strong, and allow all owners of electric vehicles to recharge in a few minutes throughout France. This is a major commitment from a very committed manufacturer! »declared on this occasion Xavier Chardon, Chairman of the Management Board of Volkswagen Group France.
Since 2020, Volkswagen has installed 7 charging stations in its French dealerships, in order to experiment with this new solution and to understand the issues and the associated points of vigilance. The objective was to offer a quality offer, adapted to the needs of users of electric cars.
By the summer of 2024, it will be close to 150 stations de recharge Electrify Franceoffering in total some 300 high power charging points, which will see the light of day in the concessions (Volkswagen, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Audi, SEAT, Cupra, and Škoda) of the German group in France. They will be accessible to all electric vehicle users, 24/7.
Each Electrify France station will be equipped with at least one charging point with a guaranteed power of 150 kWwhile larger charging stations will feature up to 12 ultra-fast charging points.
This new network will be complementary to the major high-power charging networks that already exist, but will make it possible to offer more charging solutions in peri-urban areas and poorly equipped regions. The German manufacturer plans to subsequently develop this national network, relying on the 700 points of sale of Volkswagen Group France brands across France.
Volkswagen Group France is betting on electromobility and decarbonization, and has also had since June 2023, within its headquarters in Villers-Cotterêts in the Aisne, the 5th largest private photovoltaic park in France: -ci extends over 15 hectares of surface, with a production capacity of 20 MWp.
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