Electromobility: Changing cities and how we get around them #EASYELECTRICLIFE | Groupe Renault

Electromobility: Changing cities and how we get around them
Over the course of just a few years, the development of electromobility has become a real social force, to such an extent that the electric car is gradually modifying urban planning and our travel habits in cities.

The environmental goals set for 2030 at the European scale*, which aim to reduce CO2 emissions, open the way for the large-scale development of electric vehicles.
The increase in the number of electric cars in city centres is gradually being followed by the development of public charging infrastructure. At the same time, it has become easier to install charging points in apartment blocks.

To encourage the production and use of low-carbon energy, wind turbines or photovoltaic solar panels installed on the roofs of homes can be connected to stationary energy battery storage systems, which give the batteries of electric vehicles a second life, after they have been used to power cars.

These batteries store the renewable energy produced by solar panels when the sun is shining or wind turbines when it is windy, and makes it available for the use of households or a community when demand for electricity is higher. #EASYELECTRICLIFE

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