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PHOTO CAPTION: Atos MyCar program will use all-electric Bolloré BlueCar, which is also used in Paris' Autolib carshare program.

French IT Company Introduces BlueCar Into Company Fleet

Atos, an international IT services company, and Bolloré Group launch MyCar as part of Atos Wellbeing @ Work and Corporate responsibility program.

Published: 07-Dec-2012

Paris - Atos, an international IT services company, and Bolloré Group, a leading French company, in particular known for stocking electricity and the creation of the Bluecar and shared car service in France Autolib', today launched MyCar, the first Atos electric car fleet powered by solar panels.

Produced by the Bolloré Group, these electric Atos branded cars are fully dedicated to its employees. They are fed by photovoltaic panels, that are installed at Atos headquarters in the Paris region.

This unique concept will support Atos "Zero carbon" initiative, which objective is to reduce by 50% Atos carbon footprint by 2015, and will make business travel for Atos employees easier and more convenient. MyCar forms part of the Atos Wellbeing @ Work and Corporate responsibility program.

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