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Groupe Renault strikes new energy-sector agreements with EDF, Total and ENEL for the promotion of electric mobility

Groupe Renault strikes new energy-sector agreements with EDF, Total and ENEL for the promotion of electric mobility

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  • Groupe Renault has restated its commitment to the development of a smart electric ecosystem to advance the energy transition and promote mobility for all.
  • Groupe Renault and EDF sign a cooperation agreement aimed at optimising self-consumption, developing smart islands and providing green power solutions.
  • Groupe Renault, Total and the start-up Jedlix launch a smartphone app to facilitate the smart charging of electric cars in France.

Groupe Renault and ENEL collaborate to boost smart charging and charging infrastructure in Italy.

Europe’s electric vehicle leader, Groupe Renault has today announced the signing of three new agreements with key stakeholders in the European energy markets. The Group’s latest ventures in association with EDF, Total and ENEL are further illustrations of its plan to develop a smart electric ecosystem to advance the energy transition and promote the large-scale take-up of electric cars.

Groupe Renault and EDF – A three-point agreement for energy transition

Groupe Renault has announced the signing of a cooperation agreement with the EDF group, a global leader in renewable energy, with three major priorities all focusing on electric mobility and energy services:

  • The development of Renault and EDF cross-marketing solutions revolving around EDF’s Mon Soleil & Moi self-consumption service and the smart charging of Renault electric vehicles.
  • Expansion of the concept of smart islands to non-interconnected French territories alongside EDF SEI, the EDF department in charge of public power services in French overseas departments/territories and Corsica. Groupe Renault intends to introduce solutions similar to those being rolled out in Porto Santo Island (in the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira) and Belle-Île-en-Mer in Brittany, France.
  • The pooling of expertise to continue providing competitive, low-carbon power services for users of Renault electric vehicles.

Groupe Renault, Total and Jedlix join forces in the realm of smart charging

Groupe Renault has signed an agreement with Total and Jedlix, the Group's long-standing smart charging partner1, for a ZE Smart Charge offer to be launched in the first half of 2019 in France. The Z.E. Smart Charge smartphone app optimises the management of electric-vehicle charging to maximise use of renewable energies and benefit from low electricity prices, thus making electric mobility more affordable. The offer is associated to a 100% green electricity supply provided by Total Spring.

In addition, Z.E. Smart Charge financially rewards vehicle users for the flexibility he offers for smart charging. The charging flexibility provided by Renault ZOEs through Jedlix platform, will be monetized through the TotalFlex services.

Groupe Renault and Total also work together in the field of battery-charging infrastructure and energy supply to bring down the cost of electric-vehicle charging.

Groupe Renault and ENEL – A shared commitment to electric cars

Groupe Renault and Enel X, a subsidiary of ENEL, the leading company in energy transition, will team up to leverage synergies and develop charging solutions tailored to their individual customer bases with a view to promoting electric mobility.

  • This partnership will initially cover the smart charging of electric vehicles through Enel X’s JuiceNet platform in the form of a pilot study in Italy prior to release nationwide and in other countries.
  • It will also focus on the expansion of charging infrastructure, supporting the installation of new infrastructure under EU projects like EVA+, a network of fast charging stations across Austria and Italy, and facilitating access to existing charging points thanks to digital apps such as ZE Pass Renault.

About smart charging

Smart charging adjusts vehicle charging based on users’ needs and preferences and power available in the grid. Electric cars are chiefly charged when power supply outstrips demand, especially during peak renewable-energy production and at off-peak hours. Charging ceases when demand for power exceeds supply from the grid. The electricity network is consequently able to optimise local supplies of renewable energy.

To find out more about Renault’s commitment to electric mobility, visit our website: easyelectriclife

Groupe Renault and Jedlix launched ZE Smart Charge, a smart charging service for electric cars, in the Netherlands in 2017.

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