SEPUR Going All-Electric With Renault ZOE

JAN 11 2015 BY MARK KANE 2

From left to right: Youri Ivanov, President of Sepur; Olivier Monot, CEO Alphabet France; Edouard Colin, CEO of Colin group; Vincent Desprès, Managing director, Renault fleet

From left to right: Youri Ivanov, President of Sepur; Olivier Monot, CEO Alphabet France; Edouard Colin, CEO of Colin group; Vincent Desprès, Managing director, Renault fleet

SEPUR, a company specializing in waste management and urban cleanliness, is readying to replace all the conventional vehicles at its 17 outlets in the Paris area by the end of the first quarter of 2015.

The choice for replacement fell on Renault ZOEs – approximately 100 of them, which will be one of the largest orders ever made for a pure electric car.

Supplier of 61 ZOEs will be Alphabet France, which already delivered the first 11 units last month.

Renault seems to be happy with such a high-volume order and already contributed to the project by organizing training in eco-friendly driving for SEPUR employees.

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Paul

The city district Center of Amsterdam (Holland) bought seven Zoés as well, lately:

https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.zerauto.nl%2F2015%2F01%2F08%2Famsterdam-kiest-voor-renault-zoe%2F&edit-text=&act=url

I wonder if these recent larger sales to companies boom because the Zoé is sold with the battery included in these individual cases?

Officially this is still not the case in France and Holland (but sales would really take off if it was).

hernia bay

What makes you think sales would “really take off” – the zoe already outsells leaf 3:1 in Europe’s largest ev market using leased battery but in Norway sells poorly with battery included and in the UK i haven’t heard of one being sold since they offered the battery sale as well.