EVBox supplies 300 EV charging stations to EVzen network in France – Charged EVs

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Amsterdam-based EVSE provider EVBox will supply 300 EVBox Troniq Modular DC fast charging stations for the second stage of the rollout of charging network EVzen. 

The 120-180 kW chargers will be installed at more than 100 commercial sites across France. The EVzen network currently comprises 150 fast charging ports.

EVzen is an initiative of Monaco-headquartered SMEG, a gas and electric utility company that has diversified to include renewable energy and vehicle recharging.

The collaboration between EVBox and SMEG began in 2019 with the provision of EVBox BusinessLine commercial charging stations in Monaco. Since 2021, SMEG has been deploying the first stages of its EVzen fast-charging network in Southern France, based mainly on EVBox hardware. 

“Our strong collaboration with SMEG over the years has met the various needs of EV drivers, from first installing commercial EV charging, to now public fast charging infrastructure. We are committed to supplying EV charging solutions tailored to each business’s needs to make EV charging accessible,” said Amélie Trégouet, EVBox’s  Regional Director for France.

Source: EVBox



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