We design, build and install charging solutions for electric vehicles

Each installation is unique: thanks to the mastery of the process from A to Z, we can guarantee a quick, tailor-made and turnkey installation.

Our promises

100% renewable energy

We guarantee the green origin for the energy delivered by our chargepoints. With our smartcharging system, you can directly use the power from your solar photovoltaic installation or, in case you don't have one, we provide you with a certificate of origin: each kWh delivered is produced by a wind turbine in the north of France.

Made in France with care

Our products are built in our region with local partners. By employing people in social reinsertion programmes, by using FSC certified wood instead of plastics, we try to do our part in building a society that makes sense to us.

A service on a human scale

By taking the time to listen to your needs, together we find a tailor-made solution that fits you well. RossiniEnergy designs, builds, installs: we can guarantee that within 2 weeks we'll be shaking hands looking at your car charge at your premises.

Our products

Charging Stations

On the wall or on a stand. In wood or aluminum.

TOSSO Solar Charging

The fuel that comes from the sky.

Industrial Solutions

Solar self-consumption for industry.

They trust us

Follow the news

September 4, 2020

Towards electric mobility in France!

With an 88% drop in the automobile market in April and an average of 80% over the last few months, a relaunch by the State seemed inevitable. We mentioned it…
August 26, 2020

Covid-19: what future for the automotive sector?

In France, the entire automotive sector has been hit hard by this health and economic crisis. In April 2020, vehicle sales plunged 88% in France. There is talk of a…
August 21, 2020

Anticipate the recharging cost

When buying an electric vehicle, the question of the charging cost is often decisive. Indeed, this is one of the strengths of electricity against combustion. The cost varies mainly according…

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