ENGIE partners with Fiat Chrysler to support electric vehicles

14th June 2019

ENGIE, the energy and services group, has signed an agreement with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to provide innovative electric mobility solutions in support of FCA’s plug-in hybrid and full-electric vehicles.

ENGIE, the energy and services group, has signed an agreement with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to provide innovative electric mobility solutions in support of FCA’s plug-in hybrid and full-electric vehicles.

The agreement will see ENGIE working with FCA and its dealers on training and electrification activities across 14 European countries. As such, the partnership underpins ENGIE’s commitment to delivery of pioneering mobility solutions as part of the zero-carbon transition.

In delivering these solutions ENGIE will be working closely with its subsidiaries ENGIE Eps, specialists in energy storage, and vehicle charging station manufacturer EVBox.

ENGIE’s CEO Isabelle Kocher commented: “This agreement, fully in line with our strategy to become the leader of the zero-carbon transition, makes ENGIE a key partner for FCA in Europe and is the beginning of a long-lasting partnership. We will support FCA’s dealers and final customers to best manage the transition to electric mobility, in order to provide a rewarding user experience. Beyond that, we will continue to work together to develop new solutions to further improve use and management of the sustainable mobility”.

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