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24/04/2024 Press release

Electric mobility: TotalEnergies to install and operate around 300 charge points at Rungis market

Paris – April 24, 2024 – TotalEnergies has won a call for tenders issued by market management authority Semmaris for the installation and operation of around 300 charge points at the Rungis International Market site for a 12-year period. All charge points will be powered using renewable electricity, certified via guarantees of origin. The first installations are scheduled for completion by summer 2024.

To meet all customers’ needs, charge points will be spread across the various sections of the wholesale market, which spans 235 hectares and employs around 12,000 people. In addition to taking over the site’s existing charging infrastructure (54 charge points), TotalEnergies will install 238 charge points with a power of 7-22 kVA and 10 high-power (200 kW) charge points. Among these, 20 charge points will be dedicated to electric trucks.

“These 300 new charge points will give professionals passing through Rungis International Market access to a reliable charging service that’s adapted to their needs. With 7 million professionals passing through each year, it’s essential that the site be equipped to enable their transition to electric mobility. And we’re thrilled to be accompanying Rungis with this process,” said Marie Djordjian, Managing Director France, TotalEnergies Charging Services.

Stéphane Layani, CEO of Rungis International Market commented: “Decarbonizing the world’s biggest wholesale market is not an easy task. One of my priorities is to facilitate the transition to cleaner mobility solutions for market workers and buyers. With almost 300 new charge points spread across the site, we’re giving them ample opportunity to integrate electric vehicles into their day-to-day operations. And that’s one step closer to my primary objective of reaching carbon neutrality by 2050.”

TotalEnergies already operates more than 22,000 charge points in France, located curbside, in public or corporate parking lots, and at service stations. As part of its strategy to deploy charging solutions across the country to support the rise of electric mobility, TotalEnergies has already equipped 200 service stations in France. Its aim is to reach 500 by 2026, of which:

  • 200 stations on major roads (motorways and bypasses)
  • 300 stations in cities, suburbs and transit areas (such as airports and train stations), a third of which will be 100% electric. By end-2024, TotalEnergies will inaugurate a new fully-electric station (“Relais Rungis Lindbergh”) adjacent to Rungis International Market, equipped with 10 high-power (300 kW) charge points.


TotalEnergies and electric mobility

  • TotalEnergies is present throughout the entire value chain of electric mobility, from the production of renewable electricity to the operation of the charging service. 
  • With more than 60,000 charge points operated worldwide by early 2024, TotalEnergies significantly invests in charging infrastructures to promote the deployment of electric mobility on a large scale. 
  • To enable fast charging on highways and major roads, TotalEnergies has already deployed 450 high-power charging sites and aims to reach 1,000 charging sites in Europe by 2028. 
  • TotalEnergies supports its professional clients in their transition to electric mobility by offering them services for the deployment and supervision of charging stations, both at the workplace and at the homes of their employees. 
  • In major agglomerations, TotalEnergies is also developing its network with more than 30,000 charging points in Paris, London, Brussels, Ghent, Antwerp, Flanders, Amsterdam and its region, Berlin, Singapore, and Madrid. 
  • Finally, TotalEnergies offers home charging solutions for individuals, including an energy supply contract and connected charging services. 

About TotalEnergies 

TotalEnergies is a global multi-energy company that produces and markets energies: oil and biofuels, natural gas and green gases, renewables and electricity. Our more than 100,000 employees are committed to energy that is ever more affordable, more sustainable, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in nearly 130 countries, TotalEnergies puts sustainable development in all its dimensions at the heart of its projects and operations to contribute to the well-being of people.

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About Rungis International Market

Rungis International Market is a wholesale market located just outside Paris. Spread across a surface area of 234 hectares, it plays a key role in food distribution, fresh produce logistics and urban community life, while also helping to preserve the specialty retail trade and promote France’s regions and its gastronomic heritage. With 1,226 businesses, more than 13,000 employees, 3 million tons of goods sold each year, close to 6.5 million visitors and a total of €11.6 billion in revenues, it represents an entire ecosystem. Set up in 1965, Semmaris is the management company for Rungis International Market, tasked primarily with developing, operating, marketing and promoting the market’s infrastructure.

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