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Five departmental energy syndicates in Nouvelle-Aquitaine have formed a consortium to develop the use of rechargeable hybrid and electric vehicles by deploying charging infrastructure on their territory.

SDE 24: the Syndicat Départemental d’Énergies de la Dordogne

The Syndicat Départemental d’Énergies de la Dordogne, or SDE 24, is a syndicate of communes (Syndicat de communes) made up of the 520 communes of the Dordogne department, which have granted it concessionary authority in terms of electricity distribution since 1993 and gas distribution since 2004. It is, therefore, the Organising Authority for the Public Distribution of Electricity and Gas in the entire Dordogne department. It actively participates in the development of the Périgord region as the second biggest contractor in the department. Today, bolstered by the law on Energy Transition and Green Growth (Transition Energétique et Croissance Verte) adopted on 17 August 2015, the SDE 24 has become the competent institution in the energy sector for all communities in the department. The role of the SDE 24 in supervising the regional Energy, Air and Climate Plans (Plans Climat Air Energie Territoriaux), coordinating energy studies for all public buildings, managing public lighting and deploying the Smart Périgord project have positioned it as an essential player in Dordogne’s energy transition. It is a member of the Syndicat Mixte Périgord Numérique (Digital Périgord Mixed Syndicate) for the deployment of fibre optic and is the competent authority for the deployment of charging stations for electric vehicles.

In Dordogne, the SDE 24 is organising the installation of 148 charging stations in 113 of the department’s communes.

Link to site: www.sde24.fr

SDEEG 33: Syndicat Départemental d’Énergie Électrique de la Gironde

By serving the 240 communes of the Gironde department since 1937, the Syndicat Départemental d’Énergie Électrique de la Gironde (Sdee) contributes to developing the region, promoting its architectural heritage and preserving the environment. Its main goal is organising the public distribution of electricity and gas in Gironde. It is also involved in public lighting, renewable energies, energy purchase and the installation of charging stations for electric vehicles.

In Gironde, the SDEEG 33 is installing 150 charging stations in 80 of the department’s communes.

Link to site:  www.sdeeg33.fr

SYDEC 40: the Syndicat Départemental d’Équipement des Communes des Landes

The Syndicat Départemental d’Équipement des Communes des Landes (SYDEC 40) is a public entity made up of all 331 communes in the Landes department, a number of institutions of intercommunal cooperation, the Conseil Départemental (Departmental Council) and the Conseil Régional d’Aquitaine (Regional Council of Aquitaine). The SYDEC 40 is competent in five areas: public electricity, lighting, gas, cable networks and electric charging stations, public drinking water services, collective and non-collective sanitation and digital development.

The Syndicate is tasked with implementing a region-wide coordinated effort for the creation, operation and monitoring of the charging infrastructure necessary to use electric or rechargeable hybrid vehicles. By 2018, 89 charging stations will be installed in the Landes department.

Link to site: www.sydec40.fr 

SDEE 47: Syndicat Départemental d’Électricité et d’Énergies

The Syndicat Départemental d’Électricité et d’Énergies (Sdee) 47 is the single organising authority for public electricity distribution in the Lot-et-Garonne and is made up of all 319 communes in the department. It exercises the authority granted to it by the communes in terms of electricity, gas, heating networks, public lighting, traffic lights, sports infrastructure lighting and charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.

In Lot-et-Garonne, the Sdee 47 will deploy 130 rechargeable hybrid or electric vehicle charging stations in 67 communes during the year 2017.

Link to site: www.sdee47.fr

SDEPA 64: Syndicat d’Énergie des Pyrénées-Atlantiques

The Syndicat d’Énergie des Pyrénées-Atlantiques (Sdepa) regroups all 547 communes in the department. It is the concessionary authority on the public electricity and gas distribution services in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department. It also oversees public lighting, energy expertise and renewable energies, and charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.

The Sdepa is installing 252 charging stations in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department.

Link to site: www.sdepa.fr

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