To meet the climate change challenge and guarantee the best service on the freeway, Sanef is installing more than 500 ultra-fast electric recharging points at 100% of its service areas by the end of 2022.
facilitated recharging for a serene and massive switch to electric power on the motorway
Sanef has selected three operators with expertise in the installation and operation of charging stations: Engie, Fastned and TotalEnergies.
The Sanef network, which is already 20% equipped with ultra-fast charging stations and 60% with conventional stations, will see each of its service areas equipped with several ultra-fast charging stations (over 150kW) by the end of 2022.
These stations will allow 80% of the range to be recharged in just 15 minutes (for the latest models of electric vehicles), a charging time equal to the average break time on a freeway service area.
Clean mobility is an essential part of the energy transition, as the transport sector alone is responsible for one third of greenhouse gas emissions. Sanef's responsibility, as a public service delegate, is to adapt the historical motorway model in order to anticipate and support the changes in mobility of the future.