The charging stations disembark at Carrefour Market, the Carrefour Energies charging stations in full deployment

A year of deployment for the Carrefour Energies charging stations

But it was only the beginning of course. A year later, Carrefour announces the launch of Carrefour Energies, an electric charging station service accessible in the parking lots of its hypermarkets, but also in the long term on those of its supermarkets Carrefour Market.

The charging stations disembark at Carrefour Market

Carrefour Energies

With a constant increase in electric car sales in France, the main large distribution brands have been offering dedicated services for a few months now, such as refill stations in parking lots.

But it was only the beginning of course. A year later, Carrefour announces the launch of Carrefour Energies, an electric charging station service accessible in the parking lots of its hypermarkets, but also in the long term on those of its supermarkets Carrefour Market.

Carrefour extends its network of charging stations to its supermarkets

Well, the brand has just confirmed this Friday, April 7, 2023 The extension of the Carrefour Energies network to its supermarkets. To facilitate operations, the brand has teamed up with Driveco, One of the leaders in electric mobility in France.

While the first charging hubs have just opened on the crossroads Market in Vire (Calvados) and Estaires (North), The company promises to set up nearly 600 stations by 2025 in its supermarkets. 100 new stations will also complete the available offer on hypermarkets.

“” “To reach our objective of 5,000 charging points and 800 stations by 2025, the deployment will further accelerate with an average of the opening of almost 30 new stations each month. Thanks to the work of all the teams and our partners, we deploy a network of charging stations with a unique territorial network, as close as possible to our customers ”, declares Arnaud d’Hoop, director of innovation and new business at Carrefour.

Carrefour Energies

Free recharge for “faithful” customers

Regarding the recharging power, there will be terminals ranging from 22 kW to 150 kW. As for the prices, here they are in detail:

  • 0.30 €/kWh for terminals 22 kW (average price in France: 0.40-0.50 €/kWh)
  • 0.49 €/kWh for terminals 50 kW (average price in France: 0.45-0.60 €/kWh)
  • 0.54 €/kWh for terminals 150 kW (average price in France: 0.50-0.70 €/kWh)

Note that customers holding a Carrefour loyalty card will be able to benefit from one hour of free charging per day on a 22 kW terminal.

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A year of deployment for the Carrefour Energies charging stations

One hundred charging stations already occupy the car parks of the Carrefour hypermarkets, while the equipment of the car parks of the Carrefour Market supermarkets starts.

Carrefour recharge terminals

Begun a year ago, the locations of the “Carrefour Energies” charging stations in the car parks of the Carrefour and Carrefour Market brands continue. The Carrefour brand announces that it has crossed the installation of 100 charging stations (more than 800 terminals) in the parking lots of its hypermarkets. Terminals that deliver powers of 22, 50 and 300 kW. Allego, which provides these facilities, provides 100 new stations by the end of 2023. Thus, “to achieve our goal of 5,000 charges and 800 stations by 2025, the deployment will further accelerate, underlines Arnaud d’Hoop, director of innovation and new Business of Carrefour. With an average of the opening of almost thirty new stations each month. »»

To the installation of 600 charging stations in the car parks of the Carrefour Market

On the Carrefour Market side, a year after the announcement of its terminal installation project, the brand has just opened its first stations. They are located in Vire in Calvados and Estaires in the North. Stations in Carrefour Market car parks are installed by Driveco. Like the agreement passed with Allego for Carrefour, Driveco supports the entire installation of these devices. Either the financing, construction, operation and technical assistance to users. The service provider indicates a total cost of 10 million euros for the installation of all of these charges. This deployment will be echeloned over two years. The terminals display powers of 22 kW or 50 and 150 kW. In addition, stations, 600 in the long term (more than 3,000 terminals), can also ensure the recharge of electric bikes.

Note that Driveco announces, in new stations, prices 0.30 euro/kWh for charges on the 22 kW terminals, 0.49 euros/kWh on those of 50 kW and 0.54 Euro/kWh on those of 150 kW. In addition, in the Carrefour and Carrefour Market stations, the carriers of a Carrefour loyalty card or the Pass card, the brand’s credit card, can benefit from one hour of free charging on the 22 kW terminals.