22 January 2015

Electric mobility: first sale of Alizé supervision system for Eure-et-Loir network (France)

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Bouygues Energies & Services – the market leader in the rollout of electric vehicle charging stations in France, with 5,000 units installed out of a total of 8,600 – has won its first supervision contract in the sector. This new business win is a key element of the drive to establish a position as a global player in the market via our Alizé offering.

The Eure-et-Loir energy board (SDE 28) and the Pays Chartrain joint local authority electricity association (SEIPC) have chosen BYes and its partner G2Mobility to support them in the rollout of a network of 95 electric vehicle charging stations by 2016. The aim is to provide drivers in the Eure-et-Loir department with a charging station every 15 kilometres.

BYes will provide the supervision system required to coordinate services to users, manage energy supply, and ensure that the equipment is available 24/7.

Following a one-month test period of the different competing solutions under real conditions, the customer chose BYes based on the simple and intuitive user experience, the range of supervision functionalities, and the solution’s ease of use.


Supervision has to be up and running as soon as the first charging station is installed

The network will be rolled out at a rate of around fifteen charging stations per month by 2016. Supervision will go live once the first terminal has been installed (in December).

The Alizé supervision system – compatible with all networked charging stations on the market – allows real-time monitoring of infrastructure operating information as well as usage data (management of customer accounts, billing, etc.).


How do electric vehicle charging stations and the associated supervision system work?

Watch the videos on Bouygues Energies & Services’ YouTube channel: