The Embassy of France in the United States has installed an electric vehicle charging station at its Washington, DC location, in partnership with SemaConnect, Inc.. The eco-friendly amenity will meet the growing demand for convenient electric vehicle charging stations in the Greater Washington, DC area.
“The Embassy of France has been actively implementing ways to reduce energy costs and finding green solutions, which is why we are pleased to work with SemaConnect on providing this environmentally-friendly amenity,” said a spokesperson for the Embassy. This initiative will be an addition to the “Green Embassy Project” in which the Embassy of France has taken an active role since 2010.
SemaConnect is the global leading provider of electric vehicle charging solutions and sophisticated software for station owners and electric vehicle drivers. SemaConnect’s ChargePro charging stations are wirelessly networked and offer advanced features such as smart-grid integration, RFID card authentication, sustainability reporting, iPhone and Android apps and more. ChargePro stations can be found at municipal, parking, multifamily, office, hotel and retail locations nationwide. Visit http://www.semaconnect.com to learn more about owning, managing or using a ChargePro.
About The Embassy of France
The Embassy of France in the United States is headed by Ambassador Gérard Araud. The Embassy’s efforts are bolstered by its many Services in Washington D.C. and nine Consulates across the United States, in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York and San Francisco. The Embassy of France in the United States is the largest French diplomatic mission in the world. Learn more at http://www.franceintheus.org.
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