Renault to Install Charging Points in Car Parks

We've all heard about Renault's zero-emission mobility programme, so there's nothing surprising about a new partnerships signed by the French carmaker, together with its Japanese partner Nissan, with various companies or authorities around the world. This time, Renault signed an agreement with VINCI Park, mostly known for its parking infrastructure across the continent.

This way, the two companies will conduct a few studies to determine the best way to install charging infrastructure in the VINCI Park Network. Of course, the two will also work on a number of services related to the charging and parking of electric cars, as they've mentioned in a press statement.

Here are the main points of the studies Renault and VINCI Park will conduct in the next period:

  • the sizing of the charging infrastructure
  • technical solutions
  • charging-related services and packages
  • parking solutions tailored to electric vehicles.

"Working with the local authorities, VINCI Park will study the charging infrastructure of car parks located in the area covered by SAVE. As part of this project, VINCI Park will have access to the electric vehicles built by the Renault-Nissan Alliance and will be able to run life-sized trials on charging points and their use," Renault said in a statement.

This is the second agreement of the week, as the Renault-Nissan alliance signed a deal with the Ministerio del Medio Ambiente in Chile a few days back, with the same main goal: to promote and encourage the adoption of electric vehicles. The Ministerio del Medio Ambiente will be in charge of administrative, legal and technical requirements needed by the carmaker's electric vehicles.
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