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Press release
SPIE Sud-Est highlights feedback on its rollout of electric vehicles charging installations

Lyon, 7 December 2012 – SPIE Sud-Est gave prospective clients interested in electric mobility a detailed account of its experience in and commitment to this field at a meeting on 29 November. This occasion marked the end of the first phase on its deployment of electric vehicle charging installations for La Poste and the activation of two quick charging points (QC: 50 kW) in the Lyon region.
A great many local authorities, prime contractors, business associations, French departmental electrification agencies, large retail companies and housing associations took up SPIE's invitation to attend the meeting. They had the opportunity to test a wide range of electric vehicles provided by SPIE Sud-Est (Kangoo and Ion) and Renault (Twizi, Kangoo and Fluence) and preview a Kangoo electric ambulance. Visitors also viewed a representative selection of electric charging points set up especially for the occasion. 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% (730 vehicles) 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 the study of fleet use, electrical installations audits, design and engineering of charging facilities, advice on electricity contracts, choice of types of charging, connectors, access management, charging point network architecture, facility design and design of electrical connections.
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.
The Group is already actively involved in the deployment of electric vehicle charging facilities for automobile manufacturers and state-owned corporations such as La Poste (which has the biggest private network of electric charging installations in Europe). Press contacts

SPIE Sud-Est
Frédérique Hémery
Communications manager
Mob.: +33 (0)6 03 91 91 05 

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