TotalEnergies to install New Electric Vehicle Charge Points in Belgium

The City of Antwerp, Belgium’s second-largest city, has awarded the extension and development of its public charging network for Electric Vehicles (EV) to TotalEnergies. As part of this exclusive contract, the largest to date awarded in the country,

TotalEnergies will expand the existing network of the city of Antwerp by installing new EV charge points by 2024, including high power charge.

Awarded until 2034 for standard charging points (22 kW) and until 2038 for high power charge points, the contract covers the supply, the installation, the technical and commercial operation of the public charging network. The entire electricity needs of this network will be covered by green electricity produced by TotalEnergies, notably from offshore wind farms, allowing Antwerp’s EV users to benefit from a 100% renewable electricity charge for their vehicles.

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