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Electric vehicles: France far from reaching 100,000 terminals by the end of 2021

2021-02-28T19:01:42.556Z

INFOGRAPHIC - Despite voluntarist statements from the government and the newly released envelope of 100 million euros in aid, the country's network will not be as dense as expected.



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The objective of having 100,000 charging stations open to the public for electric vehicles by the end of 2021 in France will not be achieved.

Despite proactive statements from the government and the newly released envelope of 100 million euros in aid to companies that will invest to equip the service areas of the road network, the country's network will not be as dense as expected.

At the beginning of February, there were only 31,208 public charging points in France.

There were 24,000 in May 2020, i.e. 4,000 more than in January 2018 ... For a fleet of 345,000 electric vehicles, of which 194,730 were put on the road in 2020 alone.

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Why such slowness?

"In 2020, their number increased by 8%,"

notes Cécile Goubet, general delegate of the Association for the Development of Electric Mobility (Avere).

Growth was more sustained between 2015 and 2019, with an increase of 30% to 35% per year.

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Source: lefigaro

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