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According to the National barometer of charging infrastructures open to the public, developed by the Ministry of Ecological Transition with Areve-France based on data from GIREVE, there were 71,630 charging points open to the public in France on 30 September 2022, including 13,012 in the Ile-de-France region. 56% of the charging points have a capacity between 7.4 and 22 kW and 34% less than 7.4 kW. Charging points with a power of 22 kW or more represent 10% of the total number of charging points open to the public.
On the website of the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion and the Ministry of Energy Transition, there is mention of a target of 100,000 charging points open to the public by 2022 and 7 million public and private charging points by 2030, without specifying the breakdown between public and private charging points for the latter. Despite the fact that deployment seems to be accelerating since the beginning of 2022, it seems unlikely that the target of 100,000 charging points will be reached by the end of the year.