Gallery charge&go 1
Gallery charge&go 1
November 2020
By Engie
Headquarters 92400 Courbevoie, France

charge&go - Fleet charging station for e-buses for innovative and smart mobility projects

To support cities in their search for simple and ecological solutions for mobility, charge&go products are electric vehicle charging solutions that find and bring the energy from your city directly to the vehicle. The charge&go products are modular, able to charge from different energy sources, adaptable to different bus manufacturers and plug and play, preventing significant infrastructure investment. The range consists of two products: optim', an all-in-one smart fleet charging solution and flash, an all-in-one opportunity charging solution. charge&go adapts to users' environment, budget and the evolution of your city.

Key features

  • 400 to 2000. kW charging power
  • Product range designed by ENGIE Solutions
  • In the near future, up to 50% of buses will be electric
  • Public transportation is a key market of EV as the renewing rate of vehicle is very low compared to individual private cars
  • The multi-sources capacity of charge&go allows the reused of batteries


  • Limits the cost of charging infrastructure and reduces the number of charging stations to be installed in the case of public transportation
  • Limit by 20% the peak demand of EV on the grids (thanks to advanced smart charging), limiting the cost of potential grid updates and maintenance

Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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