Xavier Degon of 27 years, EDF engineer and Antonin Guy of 28 years, consultant at Capgemini Consulting, are adventurers who carried out this expedition. After exiting from the city of Strasbourg (France), "The Electric Odyssey" pierce 17 countries 8 months, a distance of more than 25.000 kilometers. All with an estimated consumption of electricity 250 euros.
The path 200 days pass by places as diverse as the American Rockies, Japan, China, Kazakhstan and Central Europe. The Citroën C-Zero will need to be recharged every day to continue their adventure. It expects to realize approximately 300 stops. Through its website (www.electric-odyssey.com), the two adventurers have launched an appeal to all those who are on their way to becoming "Pluggers," to use the electrical outlet and thus become part of your challenge.