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Groupe Renault launches mobility subsidiary and invests in smart charging business

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Renault Energy Services is a new subsidiary of Groupe Renault which will support the expansion of electric mobility.

The company has also acquired a 25% share in Jedlix, a Dutch start-up launched by Eneco Group that specialises in the smart and sustainable charging of electric vehicles.

Renault Energy Services will an active presence in the energy and smart grid sectors, both of which are fundamental to the expansion of electric mobility.

It will function much like a start-up and its objective is to invest in smart grid-related projects by forging privileged ties with the energy industry’s various stakeholders. Renault Energy Services will focus chiefly on the development of smart charging, vehicle to grid interaction and second-life batteries.

The alliance with Jedlix marks a key step forward in Renault's ambition to become a major player in the ecosystem of the electric vehicle.


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