The Syndicat Départemental d’Energie de Loire-Atlantique (SYDELA), the authority in charge of the electricity and gas supply public service, is active on several fronts: network infrastructures, energy management and renewables energies.
The SYDELA has been developing mobility solutions since 2014 through the deployment project of charging infrastructures for electric vehicles.
Today, the SYDELA provides the users with more than 350 SYDEGO charging stations across 151 towns in the Loire-Atlantique department.
The SYDEGO network has 203 charging stations in the Loire-Atlantique department:
Two types of additional stations beside the “private” stations (home/work stations):
The Syndicat Intercommunal d’Energie du Maine-et-Loire (SIEML) deployed a public network of charging stations. Today, this network operates 186 regular stations (18kVA) and 10 fast charging stations (50kVA). The well balanced distribution of the charging stations for electric vehicle in the department (1 station every 20km at least) enables electric or hybrid rechargeable vehicle users to drive without fear of running out of battery.
When charging your vehicle with one of the Maine-et-Loire department charging station, the SIEML promises to inject the same amount of renewable energy you need in the electricity network!
The Maine-et-Loire department network has 196 public charging stations, including:
Territoire d’Energie Mayenne (TE53) has deployed a network of 57 charging stations for electric vehicles since 2017 (50 regular stations and 7 fast charging stations distributed across 44 towns).
Thanks to their smart distribution, the users are able to find a station approximately every 15 to 20km, which makes the traffic lighter for most of the road users.
Users have access to a mobile app to locate the stations and check their availability and their state in real time.
The use of the stations increases continuously: within 2019, the count of charges was multiplied by 6 and the number of registered members doubled.
The Syndicat Départemental d’Energie et d’équipement de la Vendée (SyDEV) relies on the transfer of competences from the towns and inter-town associations of its territory for the installation of electric charging infrastructures. It has been involved in their deployment on the Vendée public domain since 2014. The SyDEV network of charging stations has 101 stations: 89 regular stations and 12 fast charging stations.
The network was completed by new charging stations, including superchargers, in 2021 and 2022.
The network of charging stations has been set up to cover the territory according to traffic flows and travel distances compatible with the range of electric vehicles. On January the 1st, 2018, there were more than 1,300 electric vehicles on the roads of the Vendée departement. There were less than 50 in 2013.