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Press release
SPIE presents its electric vehicle charging systems offering at the first “Electromobile Cities” Congress

4 December 2012
Encan, La Rochelle

At this first “electromobile cities” congress, in France, SPIE plans to unveil its turnkey offering to help cities implement electric mobility schemes, a project at the heart of the commitment to social challenges it shares with its customers and local authorities. A suitable, tailored offering
The integration of electric mobility in cities provides local authorities with a real opportunity to create value responding to local people's needs and societal requirements.
SPIE offers local authorities a comprehensive approach ensuring the tailored deployment of charging systems in urban areas and a modular offering including maintenance. Its expertise covers every aspect of the installation of charging systems, including the choice of the type of charging, connectors, access management with or without electronic payment systems, charging point network architecture, facility design, electrical connection engineering and operational maintenance.

Meeting two major requirements for local authorities and residents
SPIE's electric charging system offering meets two important urban requirements:
1. Compliance with eco-citizen principles: SPIE installs charging equipment for local authorities' dedicated vehicle fleets, enabling them to fulfil their commitments to Agenda 21 and comply with air pollution legislation.
2. Two levels of local service to citizens
   - for city centre residents who do not have garages, by providing them with local charging points on public roads for their electric vehicles,
   - for users who need to recharge their vehicles in order to get home.

SPIE Group shows its commitment in-house
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.
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.

Press contacts

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

Bruno Vaslin
Responsable Marketing et Développement Infrastructures Mobilité Electrique
Tel.: +33 (0)6 80 36 36 37

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