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Uber and Carrefour Énergies partner on EV charging points



© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Uber branding is seen on private hire vehicle at Chopin Airport in Warsaw, Poland, March 22, 2023. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo

(Reuters) – Uber (NYSE:) and Carrefour (EPA:) are teaming up to allow drivers of the ride-hailing company to access the French supermarket chain’s charging points for electric vehicles, the companies jointly announced on Tuesday.

Uber is investing 300,000 euros ($323,400) to allow its VTC (tourist vehicle with driver) drivers using EVs to charge their cars at Carrefour Énergies’ stations in France, the companies said in a statement.

VTC drivers using Uber’s application will also have access to preferential rates on Carrefour’s charging network from Jan. 1, they added.

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