On 18 December 2018, the Federal Council and more than 50 participating companies signed the «Roadmap for the Promotion of Electric Mobility 2022» in Bern.
The proportion of electric vehicles registered for the first time must rise from 2.7% to 15% in 2022. The 50 participating companies and organisations - including Bouygues Energies & Services InTec and Losinger Marazzi - have agreed to launch and implement a roadmap with this goal in mind.
Mobility plays a major role in sustainable development. It must become even more environmentally friendly and intelligent in the future. For this reason, Bouygues Construction and its subsidiaries in Switzerland - Bouygues Energies & Services InTec, Bouygues Energies & Services Switzerland and Losinger Marazzi - would like to make a contribution to the topic of electric mobility.
Last May, at the invitation of Federal Councillor Doris Leuthard, numerous representatives of the electromobility sector, including fleet operators and construction managers, met at a round table with representatives of the Swiss Confederation, the cantons and the cities to define how the proportion of electric vehicles can be increased. A roadmap for the promotion of electric mobility was jointly launched.
More than 50 organisations and companies - including Swiss Post, Swiss Energy, SBB and several federal departments - participated in the preparation of this timetable. It contains concrete measures to achieve the objectives set. The implementation of the ELSA project in Switzerland and the revolutionary Citycharge® loading solution are proposals from Bouygues Energies & Services. In addition, Bouygues Energies & Services Switzerland and Losinger Marazzi have undertaken to electrify their own vehicle fleet by 10%.
Stéphane Schneider, CEO of Bouygues Energies & Services InTec and Bouygues Energies & Services Switzerland and Pascal Bärtschi, representative of Bouygues Construction in Switzerland, co-signed the Roadmap for Electric Mobility 2022 yesterday at a ceremony in Bern.
Project «Roadmap zur Förderung der Elektromobilität 2022»
Foto: Jan Bolomey