The constructorwill join forces with Betteries, a German specialist in electric cars, he Wednesday, also presenting the models which will succeed its Twizy, a small vehicle reserved for rental.
Mobilize, la filiale despecializing in electric cars for rental, has entered into an “industrial partnership with the German start-up Betteries”, she declared in a press release published on the occasion of the show , annual Parisian meeting of start-ups.
Batteries recycled intotransportable
The German recovers batteries from electric vehicles and uses them to develop transportable electric generators that can be used for multiple purposes, such as on construction sites.or in “food trucks”.
On the same occasion, Mobilize presented three models of– Duo, Bento and Hippo – the first two of which, with two seats, will occupy the niche of the current Twizy, a mini electric vehicle intended for rental.
Finally, the group has announced a project on the Île d’Yeu, which will aim to support the establishment of a network of electric vehicles on the island.
This project to which EDF is also contributing, via its subsidiary Enedis, and the start-up Qovoltis must in particular “assess the needs and develop a plan for the implementation of innovative charging infrastructures”.
The used batteries of electric cars will find a second life in the form of mobile generators. Renault © Martin BUREAU / AFP