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Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD

Iléo Concept

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  • Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
    Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
  • Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
    Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
  • Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
    Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
  • Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
    Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
  • Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
    Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
  • Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
    Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
  • Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD
    Iléo Concept___ Patrick Jouin iD for Mobilize © PJiD

"We all have the image of a gas station in mind, which we saw in all the villages when we were kids, little by little, they disappeared, to be bigger and more on the highway. Here with Iléo Concept, we grasped the  opportunity of  reinventing the service, at the very place where we come to recharge while keeping this iconic station. There are multiple opportunities to use our time during this recharge. Nowadays, everything mixes, when a brand talks about movement, about mobility, we are no longer talking only about a vehicle, but about services, about the ecosystem that accompanies it." Patrick Jouin 

With his expertise in urban design, Patrick Jouin iD was asked by Mobilize, the Renault Group brand dedicated to new forms of mobility, to work on the energy pillar devoted to charging electric vehicles. With Iléo Concept, we are laying the first brick of a charging zone which mixes energy and society. A charging station for electric vehicles, nomadic and sustainable, which contributes to the territorial network and accessibility to electric transportation for all.

The challenge is not only to offer a charging station, but that it is adapted to the environment in which it is installed, with a more local energy production to allow the development of this electricity in a sustainable way and limit losses. Wind, hydro, or solar energy, for example, are more adapted to the specificities of certain regions.

The totems, mounted on mobile and modular supports, can be easily inserted into the public or private space, and offer a number of services depending on the geographical context: water recovery, local food distribution or secure lockers for example.

Totems designed as ecosystems, which make it possible to think differently about mobility, to encourage its use by taking into account time management and by proposing a complete offer. In 2022, 80% of gas stations have disappeared, now numbering 11,000, they offer a more completed infrastructure and allow you to enjoy multiple services. Here, it is a reflection on the mobility of tomorrow that is proposed, the first brick of a charging place which mixes energy and society.

The charging station is composed of independent modules: 
  • • a fast charging station (DC 22 kW) for electric vehicles;
    • a micro-mobility station equipped with an attached support for bicycles or electric scooters with standard type sockets;
    • a living zone  with seat, tablet and screen support. 

Iléo Concept uses second-life batteries from the automotive industry and combines them with photovoltaic panels. The elements used on Iléo Concept are composed of 50% recycled materials and 95% recyclable.


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