visitors. The Eiffage Campus now boasts 222 charging points for 850 parking spaces.
Through this initiative, Eiffage is pre-empting and exceeding its obligations under the mobility orientation law (LOM), which requires the largest firms to equip at least one parking space in 20 with charging infrastructure by 2025.
The Group called on Nexans to supply and install the electric charging points and on Eiffage Énergie Systèmes for the cabling and power grid connection.
Eiffage has also committed to a plan to renew its company vehicle fleet, and now recommends electric or hybrid vehicles over those with thermal engines.
These actions contribute further to reducing the Group’s carbon footprint.