Six new public vehicle charging stations

Six new public vehicle charging stations
Six new public vehicle charging stations

A new step in the deployment of charging stations for electric vehicles has been reached with the installation in the Petite-Prairie car park of six AC-11kW terminals, also compatible with plug-in hybrid cars and allowing charging in one hour enough electricity to travel an average of 50 km. In addition, to complete the Rive-Est car park station, a second DC-44kW terminal was installed which offers charging four times faster, i.e. hourly charging equivalent to nearly 200 km for an average 100% electric vehicle.

During the year, two other charging stations with two to six terminals will be installed in the Martinet and Marens stadium car parks. Thus, these new installations will ultimately make it possible for residents who do not have a home charging solution and/or parking badge holders to choose electromobility.

In 2023, electric vehicles represented 20% of new registrations in Switzerland. A proportion which should reach 60% for plug-in vehicles (including plug-in hybrids) in 2025.

Last year, Nyon already had almost 6% of electric vehicles, with 26% of new vehicles put into circulation. In order to support the transition to electromobility, Nyon Industrial Services, in collaboration with the Infrastructure Department, will deploy a total of 62 AC terminals and 8 DC terminals in different districts of the city by 2028. All will be powered with Sustainable Vision, the 100% sustainable electricity source, composed of 15% solar energy produced locally in Nyon and 85% Swiss hydraulic electricity.

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