Renault’s Mobilize Power Solutions outfit to provide turnkey EV fleet charging

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Renault Group has rebranded and relaunched its Mobilize Power Solutions business in the UK, facilitating charging infrastructure projects for fleets regardless of the brand of vehicle.

Mobilize Power Solutions is part of the Renault Group and aims to facilitate all charging infrastructure projects for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle fleets

The move sees the group’s Elexent subsidiary, which launched in mid-2020, renamed as part of the new Mobilize brand that was announced at the start of the year under the Renaulution five-star strategy plan.

Mobilize Power Solutions is headed up by former Renault head of fleet Mark Dickens, who moved to the role of managing director at Elexent two months ago, and provides companies with a solution to simplify and optimise the charging infrastructure of their electric and plug-in hybrid fleets.

Its strategy is simple: to optimise the total cost of ownership (TCO) of its clients’ fleets and to contribute to greener business operations. But its services are many and varied. From the design to the operation of charging networks, Mobilize Power Solutions offers tailor-made, turnkey solutions that cover all business and fleet needs.

Mark Dickens explained: “A robust and accessible electric vehicle charging infrastructure solution is vital to a businesses’ move to fully adopt a low-pollution transport policy and reap the rewards of low-cost driving. We are in a unique position to be part of Renault Group, which has over 10 years’ experience in electric mobility, and still be autonomous so that we can provide charging solutions across all brands and types of vehicles.”

Its services are compatible with all types and brands of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, and it works with all sizes of businesses, from SMEs through to large groups that run corporate fleets. Mobilize Power Solutions also works with property companies, car parks, shopping centres and local authorities. It can also work on a white-label basis for clients who wish to promote their own brand.

Nicolas Schottey, CEO Mobilize Power Solutions, said: “After the cost and autonomy of vehicles, Mobilize Power Solutions has removed a major obstacle to the electrification of fleets: charging. By facilitating charging projects for companies, Mobilize Power Solutions accelerates the energy transition of professionals and the democratisation of electric vehicles.”

As well as launching in the UK, the Mobilize Power Solutions brand now operates in 10 other key European electric mobility markets, including Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy and Luxembourg.

The launch of the new charging business comes as Renault’s wider Mobilize brand also revealed three new electric vehicles dedicated to the transport of people and goods.

The ‘tailor-made’ vehicles will not be on sale to private customers, but will instead target key mobility pay-per-use opportunities. The compact two-seater Duo has been developed for car sharing, with a bespoke version created for goods deliveries and dubbed the Bento. The line-up also includes the Hippo modular vehicle for last-mile deliveries.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news - or gossip.