Total has won the City of Paris concession tender for the modernization and extension of its public Electric Vehicles charge points network, installed throughout the French capital city. The Council of Paris awarded to Total the management of its on-street public network for the 10 coming years. This public service concession covers the supply, installation and technical and commercial operation of this charge point’s network. The new network, which combines the Belib network from which it derives its name and the former Autolib network, will ultimately encompass 2,300 EV charge points, an increase of 56% compared to the number currently in service.
Total has also included in its proposal the development of solar farms in France that will be dedicated to covering the entire electricity needs of this network, providing Parisian users with a 100% renewable electricity charge for their vehicles.
2,329 EV charge points, that will include:
270 charge points from the existing Belib’ network
1,830 new charge points (7 kW)
140 new charge points dedicated to motorcycles and scooters (3 kW)
10 fast-charging hubs located in underground parking lots (50 kW)