Paris, 5 April 2023 – Atlante, the company of NHOA Group (NHOA.PA, formerly Engie EPS) dedicated to electric vehicles’ fast and ultra-fast charging infrastructure, and Groupe Duval announce their exclusive partnership for the installation of 188 fast and ultra-fast charging points across France.
With 25 years of experience, Groupe Duval is a leading and unique player in the real estate market with experience in all fields, investing in regional projects to develop their full potential, supporting innovation, all the while building a sustainable society. Groupe Duval, a French family-owned reality, is present in 19 countries and conceives a wide range of projects in the real estate business from conception to operations, including design, development, construction, management, and investment.
Atlante will install 188 fast and ultra-fast points of charge in Groupe Duval’s high-end commercial areas. The presence of Atlante fastcharging stations all around the country will guarantee to both Groupe Duval’s customers and EV drivers in general to charge their vehicles while benefitting from the services offered by Groupe Duval premises.
“Since its creation, our family Groupe has been committed to sustainable development, placing social, societal, and environmental considerations at the heart of its strategy. We are convinced that the energy transition will also involve mobility transformation. Therefore, we are delighted with the partnership that we have just entered with Atlante, which marks the launch of a voluntary initiative to electrify the car parks in our real estate portfolio,” commented Pauline Boucon Duval, Managing Director of Groupe Duval.
“Partnering with Groupe Duval is a precious opportunity for Atlante to expand our reach and impact further within the e-mobility French market. We are proud to be coupling with a company that shares our commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustainability, and we look forward to the great things we can achieve in the future,” commented Jacques Galvani, CEO of Atlante France.
The first fastcharging stations are expected to be online by the end of the year.