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Renault to facilitate EV charging infrastructure with Mobilize offshoot

Renault Group has announced the launch of Mobilize Power Solutions to facilitate charging infrastructure projects for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle fleets.

Mobilize Power Solutions aims to help companies implement or initiate their electric vehicle (EV) fleet projects by providing them with turnkey charging solutions, the company said.

The company said it is involved in all stages of charging infrastructure projects, whilst integrating energy optimisation strategies, coupled with renewable energy.

Nicolas Schottey, chief executive officer at Mobilize Power Solutions, said: “After the cost and autonomy of vehicles, Mobilize Power Solutions has removed a major obstacle to the electrification of fleets: charging.

“By facilitating charging projects for companies, Mobilize Power Solutions accelerates the energy transition of professionals and the democratisation of electric vehicles.”

Mobilize Power Solutions said it acts a partner to optimise total cost of ownership (TCO) of its client’s fleets and contribute to greener business operations.

The company said its solutions are adapted to current and future needs and objectives of its clients, including vehicle usage and rates, financial objectives, and environmental strategy.

The solutions offered by Mobilize Power Solutions are compatible with all types and brands of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, it said.

Mobilize Power Solutions is part of the new Renault Group brand, Mobilize – which manages mobility, energy, and data services.

Mark Dickens, managing director of Mobilize Power Solutions, said: “A robust and accessible electric vehicle charging infrastructure solution is vital to a businesses’ move to fully adopt a low pollution transport policy and reap the rewards of low-cost driving.

“We are in a unique position to be part of Renault Group, which has over 10 years’ experience in electric mobility, and be autonomous so that we can provide charging solutions across all brands and types of vehicles.”

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