In fact, employees benefiting from the EV Home service and the multi-energy card will be compensated for the electricity consumed at their home to recharge their professional vehicle, through the automatic process set up by their company, TotalEnergies and Treezor.
From now on, thanks to Treezor’s APIsed services, these compensations and refunds will be done automatically through SEPA. Nowadays, it concerns 5 countries: France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany.
Éric Lassus, CEO of Treezor, states “We are proud to have won the tender and to work with a company like TotalEnergies on a European project. Improving payment services for large companies serving the energy transition and mobility is a subject that is particularly close to our hearts.”
Founded in 2016 by Éric Lassus and Xavier Labouret, acquired in 2019 by the Société Générale group, Treezor is a French Fintech specialized in Banking-as-a-Service services. The Fintech is a Mastercard Principal Member and an Electronic Money Institution approved by the French regulator (ACPR), enabling it to offer its solutions in Europe. Treezor allows startups, companies and financial institutions to cover the entire payment chain (payment cards issuing, SEPA, P2P transfers, KYC …) through its API. As a young and innovative company, Treezor devotes a significant part of its resources to developing new technologies. To find out more about Treezor’s payment solutions, visit www.treezor.com, our Twitter @TreezorBanking, and our LinkedIn.