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Partnerships signed, tenders won, fast charging hubs opened... For TotalEnergies, 2022 has been a success story for its electrical business across Europe. Let's focus on it.
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Paris, 31 August 2022 – On the recommendation of the Department of Mobility and Public Works of the Flemish Region, the Flemish government has tasked TotalEnergies with the installation and commercial operation of a charging service for electric vehicles in the West Flanders (Westhoek, Kortrijk and Bruges) and Flemish Brabant (Brussels Periphery, Leuven) regions.
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TotalEnergies, one of the winners of the private call for initiatives (AIP) launched by the metropolitan area of Aix-Marseille-Provence (AMP) to roll out a vast network of new electric vehicle charging stations, commissions its first charger.
TotalEnergies is expanding its public charging network in major European cities… But not only! In Paris, London, Amsterdam, Brussels and even in Singapore, TotalEnergies operates thousands of charging points and deploys its electric mobility solutions.
TotalEnergies and its partners Hubject and alpitronic successfully tested their "Plug&Charge" solution on June 8 at the St Mathurin service station (France). This technology facilitates the user experience by making quick payment easier, faster and significantly more secure.
Electromaps and TotalEnergies have signed a roaming agreement, which involves the direct connection of the charging stations of the energy company in Europe to the Electromaps application through the Open Charge Interface protocol (OCPI).
Charging an electric vehicle means using electric chargers. But how can you know which charger is the best for your electric vehicle? It’s easy to get lost between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) or even between the different types of plugs and connectors available on the market.
TotalEnergies and Altaaqa Alternative Solutions (“Altaaqa”, a Zahid Group Company) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate in delivering an integrated electric vehicle charging stations offering in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
From migrating the Source London network over to our operating solutions, rolling out the Belib’ network in Paris and HPC stations in Europe, to the many different tender victories secured across Belgium and the Netherlands, launching offers for individuals in France, kicking off in Spain, and our projects in Asia, 2021 was awash with TotalEnergies projects and success stories in electric mobility sector.
After Brussels and Antwerp, TotalEnergies has won a call for tenders from the municipality of Ghent, Belgium’s third largest city, for the installation and operation of electric vehicles public charging stations, with 800 new public charge points by 2025
TotalEnergies and China Three Gorges have signed an agreement to establish a Joint Venture in electric mobility in China. This equally owned company will build on TotalEnergies' worldwide expertise in electric mobility and CTG strong capacity in green energy production and supply.
The city of Antwerp awards TotalEnergies the extension of its charging network for electric vehicles. Our role? To expand the current network in Belgium's second largest city new charging points by 2024, including high-power charging stations (120kW - and ensure its technical and commercial exploitation.
TotalEnergies expands its charge point operator activity in Asia. The Company is acquiring Blue Charge, a public charging network of which TotalEnergies becomes the operator. Blue Charge currently accounts for 85% of the charge points in Singapore, with more than 1,500 charge points.
Mobility and electric charging are new components of this partnership. Free2Move, Stellantis' Mobility brand, will use the network of charging stations operated by TotalEnergies for its car-sharing business in Paris.
After Antwerp and Paris, TotalEnergies has been awarded the contract for the expansion of the public electric charging network by the Amsterdam municipality.
Our goal is to expand the Amsterdam network by installing and operating 1,100 chargers, i.e. 2,200 new EV charge points by fall 2022. The Company reinforces its its position as a key player in electric mobility in Europe, in line with its ambition to operate 150,000 charge points by 2025.
TotalEnergies is ranked number three worldwide, with a score of 97/100 in BloombergNEF's first survey of corporate engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The study assesses companies on the basis of an analysis of 10 categories of criteria, in terms of integration of the SDGs into their strategy, identification of their priority impacts and improvement targets. The assessment also considers the transparency of the associated reporting.
TotalEnergies will expand the French capital charging network. The Paris City Council has entrusted the Company with the management and operation of its public charging station network for 10 years. Our role ? To modernize, expand and operate the leet of public charging stations for electric vehicles in Paris.
Total is continuing to expand in major European cities and has taken over the management and operation of more than 1,600 charge points installed in London's streets. The Company is also committed to supplying the Source London charging network with 100% guaranteed renewable electricity.