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12 10 2018 02

French energy giant EDF intends to operate 75,000 charging stations in Europe by 2022 as it aims for a 30% market share in its main markets of France, Belgium, Italy and the UK. “We want to become the uncontested leader in electric mobility in Europe by 2022”, declares CEO Jean-Bernard Levy.

Today, EDF is providing 5,000 charging stations via its Sodetrel unit in France and gives access to 60,000 charging points in Europe. In the next four years, the state-dominated utility intends to heavily invest in order to install up to 75.000 stations and provide access to 250.000 terminals. However, in his interview with “Reuters”, Levy did not specify any investment sum or objective in terms of revenue, but said that EDF is cooperating with specialised partners such as California-based Nuvve and Germany’s Ubitricity as well as research partners such as Renault, Toyota and Valeo.

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