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Electric vehicles

  • IONITY chooses SPIE for the deployment of its pan-European network of electric vehicle charging stations | SPIE

    IONITY chooses SPIE for the deployment of its pan-European network of electric vehicle charging stations... Created in 2016 as a joint venture by the car manufacturers BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Audi and Porsche (Volkswagen Group), IONITY, located in Munich (Germany), is building a network of high-power charging stations for electric vehicles across Europe
  • Electric mobility: Yonne charging stations made accessible to EV drivers from all over Europe | SPIE

    Saint-Denis, February 28th 2018 --SPIE CityNetworks, Hubject and the Departmental Energy Association of Yonne (SDEY) are joining forces to provide charging solutions for electric vehicles that can be accessed by EV drivers from over Europe. Charging stations belonging to the Departmental Energy Association of Yonne can now be located and used by customers of every emobility service provider in Hubject's intercharge network, a unique charging infrastructure network for electric vehicles spanning four continents
  • "Sustainable mobility": See You Sun and SPIE innovate with a solution combining solar energy and electric mobility | SPIE

    These sites are handed over ready-equipped with all the necessary facilities (cable trays, ducts and conduits etc.) to install charging stations for electric vehicles... SPIE CityNetworks, which is seen as one of the market leaders for electric vehicle charging infrastructure, also offers its customers its electric mobility service
  • Sustainable mobility | SPIE

    The Group also supports its customers in the transition to electric mobility by offering a full line of electric vehicle charging station infrastructure in several major cities in France. SPIE has committed itself to eco-mobility: charging stations will soon be installed at its French sites, and electric vehicles will account for 10 % of its fleet
  • Solutions for charging infrastructure | SPIE

    Stuttgart, September 29th 2017 --SPIE will present its charging infrastructure solutions at the world's largest trade fair and congress event for e-mobility, the Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS30), from 9 to 11 October... The aim of the cooperation is to provide comprehensive packages that meet all individual requirements- -from consulting and installing to the operation of electric vehicle charging stations, regardless of the back-end system used
  • SPIE and RheinEnergie create TankE to develop electric mobility in Germany | SPIE

    SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications with a nationwide presence in Germany, has already established 5 000 charging points for electric vehicles in recent years... The constant growth in the number of electric vehicles leads to new challenges for local authorities and companies
  • Heliox and SPIE sign service contract to strengthen future co-operation | SPIE

    Heliox, market leader in fast charging infrastructure for Electric Vehicles, is formalizing the working relationships with its preferred partners. Mark Smidt explains
  • SPIE extends its cooperation with Daimler AG in Bremen and Sindelfingen | SPIE

    The plant in Sindelfingen is the competence centre for the production of vehicles and, in the future, premium and luxury range electric vehicles in the worldwide production network. Cars manufactured at this plant include the E-Class series and the Mercedes-Benz flagship S-Class
  • SIOUX platform: a new ecosystem dedicated to innovation and knowledge management at SPIE | SPIE

    They will focus on innovative solutions such as ORIOS, which involves the remote surveillance of charging stations for electric vehicles, or on future topics of interest for SPIE, such as predictive maintenance and Building Information Modelling (BIM). The SIOUX platform, which will be available in a mobile version by 2018, will be officially launched on that day, which marks a watershed moment in SPIE's innovation policy
  • SPIE Facilities and SPIE CityNetworks: Two new French subsidiaries serving the Group's strategy | SPIE

    In all these sectors, there is no shortage of development prospects: continuing the rollout of 4G and then 5G networks, participation in France's Very High-Speed Network Plan, large-scale rollout of electric vehicle charging infrastructure (in 2015, there were fewer than 10 000 charge points, but there should be 7 million by 2030), renovation and modernisation of public lighting installations (there are 3 6 million lampposts which are over 25 years old), etc