The French subsidiary of the European group SPIE CityNetworks announces the launch of e-Vadea, a new network of fast charging stations.
A new structure also supported by the Ecological Transport Modernization Fund (FMET) managed by the Demeter group.
e-Vadea: for reliable and easy charging?
The objective is simple: the e-Vadea stations will allow electromobilists to easily recharge any type of electric vehicle during their travels. No need for a subscription or a particular card, simplifying the customer journey has been thought of as a priority, and everything will work via recharge badges or a simple bank card.
Each e-Vadea station will have up to 12 charging points and will be accessible to any type of vehicle, regardless of the manufacturer. The charging speed offered will range from 150 to 300 kW, in order to provide the best service to users. Enough to recover up to 300 km of autonomy in 20 minutes.
” From the definition of site potential, to the design/installation of terminals, including operation, maintenance and customer service (provided by its in-house ORIOS solution), SPIE controls the entire service and supply chain. value explains SPIE.
The e-Vadea stations will benefit from an initial roll-out by the end of the year, with 13 stations on motorways ranging from the North-East quarter of the territory to Bordeaux and Monaco on the APRR and VINCI Autoroutes networks.
With the rapid development of the electric car, charging stations are sprouting up everywhere in France. In order to find the closest station to you and the most suitable for your needs, several sites have geolocated all the dedicated infrastructures.
Source : AutoPlus