Renault presents two new projects

AK&M 22 October 2020 09:35

The Groupe Renault is continuing its commitment to sustainable mobility by acting on the electric ecosystem as a whole, as it was informed in the press release of the company of October 21

With the Advanced Battery Storage project in France and the SmartHubs project in the UK, it is initiating two major projects in Europe using second-life battery technologies. The common objective is to manage the gap between electricity consumption and production in order to increase the share of renewable energies in the energy mix.

The Georges Besse factory in Douai is home to the first Advanced Battery Storage installation, delivered by NIDEC ASI, an integrator partner and storage solution provider. This project is part of the Groupe Renault's strategy to develop an intelligent electrical ecosystem in favour of the energy transition.

The Advanced Battery Storage project is being carried out in partnership with the Banque des Territoires, the Ecological Transport Modernisation Fund managed by Demeter and the German startup The Mobility House.

Renault Group is a French automobile Corporation. The company's headquarters are located in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris. Currently, Renault cars are delivered to more than a hundred countries around the world.