Launched in Bonneuil-sur-Marne in 2016, the site added new distributors, refueling tracks and charging stations to meet growing demand.
The first Sigeif bioNGV station in France, active in Bonneuil-sur-Marne since 2016, has been recently renovated with additional distributors, refueling tracks and rapid recharging points, transforming the original filling station into a multi -current energies.
Operated by Endesa on behalf of Sigeif, the Bonneuil-sur-Marne site now has 4 refueling lanes, 7 CNG and bio-CNG distributors, and two fast charging stations for electric vehicles with a capacity of 50 kW and 120 kW – they are operated by Izivia, a subsidiary of the EDF group.
The work at Bonneuil-sur-Marne station also included the installation of a third compressor and the addition of 3,330 liters of storage capacity, reports Gaz-Mobilité.
“The upgrade responds to an increase in the number of customers visiting the Bonneuil-sur-Marne station since its entry into service in 2016,” said a press release from Sigeif.