Press review

Let’s talk about it!
This is where you’ll find what the press has to say about the project! (not much has been written in English so far so if you speak a little French you might want to switch to French, on the top right corner)

  • 01 Déc.
    Building a charge - Thinking Cities #2; Polis Network

    "Building a charge - Making EV charging at home a reality" was published in the November issue of Thinking Cities (Volume 3, Issue 2), a Thinking Highways publication
    published by H3B Media Ltd in association with Polis. It was released on December 1st at the 2016 Polis Conference, titled: "Creating the autonomous city?" and is available as pring magazine and online.

    BienVEnu: See page 22.

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  • 21 Nov.
    Consumatori vulnerabili, un progetto per tutelarli -

    Nel corso della European Utility Week 2016 un ruolo centrale è stato dei consumatori elementi centrali e chiave di volta sia nell’uso dei servizi smart e centrali per la loro diffusione.

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  • 17 Nov.
    EUW and Engerati host European Industry Utility Awards - Pan European Networks

    Day two of European Utility Week (EUW) 2016 began with a look at changes in the industry and revealed the winners of the European Utility Industry Awards.

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  • 16 Nov.
    BienVEnu Project wins the Grid Intelligence Award delivered on November 15th at the European Utility Week -

    We are honoured to share this news, as a partner and...

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  • 28 Juil.
    Project BienVEnu, championed by Nexans, is honored by the President of the French Republic -

    On Friday, July 22, the Elysée Palace and the French Ministry of the Environment marked the first anniversary of the Energy Transition Law by honoring seven projects including Project BienVEnu, championed by our company, which aims to promote electric vehicle (EV) charging in collective housing.

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  • 23 Oct.
    ERDF, partners launch electric vehicle charging project -

    French power grid operator ERDF and seven partners have launched the BienVEnu project for electric vehicle charging in apartment blocks to meet the needs of housing managers and residents in the ‘smart city’. The 3-year, EUR 10 million project is backed by the French agency for environment and energy control (Ademe) under the ‘Investments for the Future’ programme and by the Ile-de-France region. Its partners are CentraleSupelec, G2Mobility, MOPeasy, Nexans, Park’N’Plug, Tetragora and Trialog.

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Supported by ADEME (French Agency for Environment and Energy Control) under the “Investments for the Future” program and by the Ile-de-France Region.

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