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Eborn, the first public network of electric charging stations, continues its deployment to support the accelerated development of electromobility with around a hundred new stations deployed by the end of 2022.

After the commissioning of 40 new terminals since the beginning of the year, around a hundred additional terminals will be deployed by the end of the year within the eborn network. In total, more than 2,300 charging points are made available to electromobilists in 11 departments of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions - charging being possible on a one-off or on subscription.
The eborn network, whose operation and development have been granted to the consortium made up of Easy Charge (subsidiary of VINCI Autoroutes and VINCI Energies) and the FMET (Fund for the Ecological Monetization of Transport, managed by DEMETER), is thus pursuing the accelerated deployment of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (IRVE), in order to support the development of eco-mobility in the territories of the South-East quarter of France.
Thanks to its network of partners, the eborn badge gives access to more than 100,000 charging points in Europe. Interoperable and accessible 24/7, the terminals of the eborn network are intended for all drivers of electric and rechargeable hybrid vehicles.

First public network of electric charging stations, the eborn network continues its deployment to support the accelerated development of electromobility 40 stations put into service since the beginning of the year; a hundred more will be by the end of the year

The eborn network, whose operation and development have been granted to the consortium made up of Easy Charge (subsidiary of VINCI Autoroutes and VINCI Energies) and the FMET (Fund for the Ecological Monetization of Transport, managed by DEMETER), continues to
accelerated deployment of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (IRVE), in order to support the development of eco-mobility in the territories of the South-East quarter of France. After the commissioning of 40 new terminals since the beginning of the year, around a hundred additional terminals will be deployed by the end of the year. In total, more than 2,300 charging points are made available to electromobilists in 11 departments of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions - charging being possible on a one-off or on subscription.
The first public network of electric charging stations in France, the eborn network continues to put charging points into service across the 11 departments in which it is present, to support electromobility enthusiasts. The objective: to offer the densest possible network, in order to allow any electric vehicle driver to always be within thirty kilometers of a public charging point, but also to reinforce the areas where the terminals are very intensively used. .

Since the beginning of the year, 40 new terminals have been put into service, according to the following breakdown:

– Allier: 2 terminals, at Saint Pourçain sur Sioule and Vichy;
– Alpes de Haute Provence: 4 terminals, in Forcalquier, Uvernet-Fours, Gréoux les Bains and Manosque;
– Isère: 9 terminals, in Bourgoin-Jallieu (2), Villefontaine, Tignieu-Jamayzieu, le Versoud, in Deux Alpes, in Huez (2) and in Montbonnot;
– Haute Loire: 2 terminals, in Saint-Julien de Chapteuil and in Saugues
– Savoie: 2 terminals, in Grésy-sur-Aix and Barby
– Haute Savoie: 8 terminals, in Annecy (5), Bon-en-Chablais, and Evian les-Bains (2);
– Var: 13 terminals, in Brenon, Hyères (4), Le Pradet, La Garde, Six-Fours-les-Plages, Carqueiranne (2) and Toulon (3).

A hundred new terminals will complete the offer by the end of the year, bringing to 2,300 the number of charging points operated by eborn available throughout the territory.
Interoperable and accessible 24/7, the terminals of the eborn network are intended for all drivers of electric and rechargeable hybrid vehicles. Particularly attractive pricing (27 c€/kWh, or even less with a monthly subscription formula), as well as specific services accessible from the application, are offered to eborn subscribers.
The eborn network is the largest public charging network in France, both in terms of territorial coverage and in terms of the number of charging points open to the public. Thanks to its network of partners, the eborn badge also gives access to more than 100,000 charging points in Europe.

A propos d’eborn

Created in 2015, eborn is an interdepartmental charging network for electric vehicles administered by a group of 11 departmental energy unions in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions. The eborn network concession contract was awarded for a period of 8 years to the consortium made up of EASY CHARGE, a subsidiary of VINCI Autoroutes and VINCI Energies, and the FMET (Fund for Ecological Modernization of Transport, managed by DEMETER). EASY CHARGE is the
representative. Find all the information on the website www.eborn.fr.

A propos d’EASY CHARGE

Founded in 2017, EASY CHARGE is a subsidiary of VINCI Autoroutes and VINCI Energies dedicated to electric mobility. EASY CHARGE supports all players in electric mobility for their deployment of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, from the initial design to the relationship with users.
Find all the information on the website as well as on LinkedIn.

About FMET and DEMETER

The Ecological Transport Modernization Fund (FMET) is a fund of 200 million euros, dedicated to investing in infrastructure for the ecological modernization of transport. This fund, whose investors are VINCI Autoroutes, APRR and the Abertis Group, a shareholder in SANEF, is the result of an agreement between the French government and motorway concession companies.
DEMETER is a major European player in investment capital for the energy and ecological transition. Its funds invest from 1 to 30 M€ to support companies in the sector at all stages of their development. DEMETER has made 170 investments in 15 years. More details on the DEMETER website.

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