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Press release
SPIE presents its electric charging system offering at the 2012 Paris Motor Show
2012 Paris Motor Show
from September 29 to October 14
Paris, Porte de Versailles
AVERE stand: Pavilion 2 – Hall 1 Stand 200A
In taking a place on the Avere stand at the Paris Motor Show (Mondial de l'Automobile), SPIE aims to showcase its experience and commitment to helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector, which is one of the sectors with the highest emission levels in France. Leading European provider of energy and communications services for local authorities and businesses, the SPIE Group is setting an example in eco-mobility by using electric vehicles which will soon represent 10% of its vehicle fleet and through its programme to deploy charging systems at its sites all over France. A modular offering for customers
For its customers, SPIE proposes a modular offering, from of a single charging point to the comprehensive installation of a charging facility in the customer's colours, including maintenance. SPIE's expertise covers every aspect of the installation of charging systems, including choosing the type of charging, connectors, access management, charging point network architecture, facility design and design of electrical connections. The Group is already actively involved in the deployment of electric vehicle charging facilities for automobile manufacturers and state-owned corporations such as Nissan Europe and La Poste.
In the same way as for its own installations, SPIE optimises the visibility of its customers' charging installations to ensure they are clearly identifiable. In additional to charging points, charging facilities are also provided with equipment such as totems, signboards and ground markings. More attractive and innovative: the rental
For customers who do not wish to invest in installing their own charging facility, SPIE has teamed up with a finance partner - A2GP – to propose an alternative solution: the rental of charging facilities. This enables SPIE's customers to preserve their investment capacity and easily replace charging points in order to keep pace with the latest innovations and their charging needs without further investment. *AVERE: French professional association for the development of electric transport and mobility Press contacts

Pascal Omnès
Communications director 
Tel.: +33 (0)1 34 22 58 21 

SPIE Ouest-Centre
Bruno Vaslin
Electric Mobility Infrastructure Marketing and Development Manager
Tel.: +33 (0)6 80 36 36 37

Agence Droit Devant
Philippe Hériard
Tel.: + 33(0)1 39 53 53 33