After the one set up at the Borderouge relay park in Toulouse this summer, a new charging system for electric vehicles, made up of four terminals, is now installed at the Balma-Gramont metro terminus.
Four new charging stations for electric vehicles have been installed at the Balma-Gramont relay park (P + R). After that of Borderouge last July, this new installation of electrical terminals is the second set up in the P + Rs of Woven In Toulouse. Different offers are available depending on the desired charging speed, from slow (between two and four hours) to ultra-fast (from 15 to 30 minutes). The powers range from 22 kilowatts (0.25 euros including tax / kilowatt / hour) to 50 and then 350 kilowatts (0.45 euros including tax / kilowatt / hour).
They remain accessible seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Several payment methods are possible: with a contactless bank card, with a “Révéo” recharge badge or via the Smoov application. The latter, developed by the company providing charging solutions for electric vehicles Allego, also allows users to know in real time the availability of terminals.
Development all over Toulouse
“These charging stations are a new tool for the passenger journey. Ultimately, the four relay parks located at the terminus of the metro lines will be equipped with them: Borderouge, Balma Gramont, Ramonville and Basso-Cambo ”, underlines Jean-Michel Lattes, president of Tisséo Collectivités. Indeed, in addition to those of Borderouge and Balma-Gramont in the North, the P + R of Ramonville, in the South-West of Toulouse will soon be equipped with the same electric charging system. That of Basso Cambo, in the South-East, will be installed in 2023, according to Tisséo. In total, the Toulouse transport network has 48 terminals, distributed all around the Toulouse metropolis.