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Date: April 3, 2024
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Atlante will install 80 fast chargers for EVs at the branches of the car dealer Emil Frey France

Emil Frey France, a leader and driving force in vehicle distribution in France, and Atlante have signed a partnership for the installation of fast and ultra-fast charging stations in approximately 15 dealerships within the Autosphere network by 2025.
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Emil Frey France, in collaboration with Atlante, is set to revolutionize the electric vehicle (EV) charging landscape in France.

With the aim of meeting the increasing demand for ultra-fast charging infrastructure, the automotive retailer has embarked on an ambitious project to install 80 fastcharging stations across its Autosphere network.

This strategic move not only aligns with the growing trend towards electric mobility but also underscores Emil Frey France’s commitment to providing cutting-edge services to its customers.

By partnering with Atlante, a leading provider of fastcharging solutions, Emil Frey France aims to offer a seamless and efficient charging experience to EV owners.

The deployment of these fastcharging stations is not only aimed at catering to existing customers but also at attracting new ones.

By offering a convenient and reliable charging solution, Emil Frey France hopes to position itself as a leader in the EV charging market.

The partnership with Atlante also reflects Emil Frey France’s commitment to sustainability.

The fastcharging stations will enable owners to recharge their electric vehicles with renewable energy, further supporting the transition to eMobility.

The first Atlante charging site has already been installed at the Autosphere dealership in La Teste-de-Buch, with plans to install around 15 stations by 2025.

These stations will be strategically located in medium-sized cities, near major roadways, and dynamic business areas, ensuring accessibility and convenience for EV owners.

By embracing this initiative, Emil Frey France is not only demonstrating its commitment to environmental sustainability but also its dedication to providing innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of its customers.

With the deployment of these fastcharging stations, the french company is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of electric mobility in France.

About the companies

Emil Frey France, a leader and driving force in vehicle distribution in France, operates within the automotive and agro-equipment sectors.

The company’s operations span various business segments, including automotive and motorcycle distribution (Autosphere and its network), which is its core activity.

As well as distribution of industrial vehicles (Groupe Kertrucks); wholesale and retail trade of original and independent spare parts (Dispro, FLSA, Flauraud, Barrault); design of spare parts (MGA); reconditioning of used vehicles (CRVO); and distribution of agricultural equipment (Bretagri).

The company serves as the official importer of Mitsubishi Motors, Subaru, and TVS brands in the French market.

In 2023, its consolidated revenue (IFRS) in France amounted to 5.9 billion euros, and the group employs over 10,000 staff members.

Atlante is a subsidiary of the NHOA Group, a prominent player in the global energy storage and eMobility sectors.

It specialises in developing technologies that facilitate the transition to clean energy and sustainable mobility, thus contributing to a future where the next generation can live in harmony with our planet.

Atlante is currently in the process of building the largest network of fast and ultra-fast charging stations in Southern Europe.

This network, which will be entirely powered by renewable energy sources and supported by energy storage and vehicle-grid integration (VGI), aims to install 5,000 fast and ultra-fast charging points in Italy, France, Spain, and Portugal by 2025, with plans to expand to over 35,000 points by 2030.

Since its launch in October 2021, Atlante has successfully deployed over 2,000 charging points across its four target countries, with thousands more currently under construction or in development.

Leveraging the technological expertise of the NHOA Group, including through collaboration with its sister company Free2move eSolutions, Atlante has become the preferred charging network for the Stellantis automotive group and its customers.

Furthermore, Atlante’s stations are fully interoperable, meaning they can be accessed using virtually any eMobility app or charging card, and are compatible with all makes and models of electric vehicles.

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