TotalEnergies to install 800 EV charge points in Belgium

They will be operated by the company for the next 10 years and installed throughout the city of Ghent

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TotalEnergies will install and operate 800 public electric vehicle (EV) charging points in Belgium.

The installations will take place in the country’s third largest city, Ghent, with 800 being operational by 2025.

The stations will be powered by 100% renewable energy produced from an offshore wind farm off the coast of Belgium and operated by TotalEnergies for the next decade.

Bernadette Spinoy, CEO of TotalEnergies Marketing Belgium, said: “We thank the city of Ghent for the trust they have granted us for the coming decade.

“This partnership rewards the quality of our EV charging offering and the commitment of our teams, fully focused on our customers and future users.”

Deputy Mayor of Ghent Filip Watteeuw added: “This extension of our public charging infrastructure is designed to provide a solution for motorists who do not have private charge point at home or at work.

“By 2022, the number of charging stations will increase considerably, allowing us to support the transition to electric mobility.”