A charging solution for electric vehicles
The KiWhi card allows “zero emission” drivers to access a growing network of charging stations, including fast-charge terminals (full power in 20 min), as well as an easy and safe way to pay.
The user can manage their account and find the terminals located near their home on the www.kiwhipass.fr website (french website) or using the KiWhi Pass mobile app.
The pro service is intended for companies with a fleet of electric vehicles and the managers who run their power terminals on a dedicated web platform www.kiwhipro.fr: configuration of terminals, application of the tariff policy, management of the user profiles, and more.
25,000 charging points are available throughout Europe.
Easytrip France6, which markets the kiWhi card, intends to ride the growth in sales of plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles, and most importantly to support the transition of charging stations from free of charge to paid (at Ikea and Auchan in particular. Although 70% of charging is still done at users’ homes, the expansion of the network should promote external charging.
KiWhi Pass is a white-label product used by several manufacturers (Nissan, Renault, Mitsubishi, and more), who systematically offer it to buyers of electric vehicles. It is also offered under the Arval and Alphabet fleets, as well as collective ownership schemes.
Easytrip has signed a number of agreements with major retailers (Auchan, Intermarché, Ikea, etc.), energy companies (BP, Shell, etc.), motorway companies (APRR, ALIS) and local authorities.
In 2017, Easytrip and Bouygues Energies Services joined forces to increase the number of charging stations (+ 5000) for KiWhi pass card users and drivers of electric and hybrid vehicles.
New services and products are currently under consideration, such as the possibility of checking terminal availability from the vehicle, and offering charging credits.
Find out more – French website