Total has just won the tender from the Mairie de Paris for the modernization and extension of the public charging stations in Paris.
This new network, which brings together the Belib’ network and the former Autolib’ network, will include approximately 2,300 recharging points, an increase of more than 50% compared to today.
Here is the reaction of Alexis Vovk, Managing Director of Total’s Marketing and Services branch: “This partnership with the City of Paris allows us to accelerate our transformation towards a multi-energy group. We are delighted with the trust placed in us by the City of Paris by awarding us the management and modernization of the Belib’ recharging network for electric vehicles for the next 10 years. After Amsterdam, Brussels and London, this is a major new European conurbation that is relying on Total’s expertise to support the changing mobility needs of its citizens. In this respect, our promise is to provide our customers with 100% renewable electric recharging and a service that meets their expectations. This offer on the Belib’ network also complements the electric mobility services that Total deploys for its customers, both individuals and professionals: at the workplace, at home, in public spaces, in commercial areas or in our network of service stations. “.
The future Belib’ network in figures
2,329 recharging points, grouping in the future :
- 270 existing Belib’ recharging points
- 1,830 new charging points (with a power of 7 kW)
- 140 new charging points dedicated to motorized two-wheelers (3 kW)
- 10 ”quick recharge” hubs, installed in 10 underground parking lots (50 kW)