Renault will build two of its new range of four electric cars in France and Spain, the French automaker said.
The company will produce its core-range electric model, a minicar, in its Flins plant, near Paris, starting in 2012.
Renault expects the minicar to account for two-thirds of the company's electric car sales in Europe, making Flins a central hub for production of Renault's zero-emission vehicles.
Flins will build a production version of the Zoe Z.E. concept unveiled at the Frankfurt auto show in September.
The concept is a four-seat minicar intended to be used for short daily journeys in urban areas.
The Flins site will also manufacture and recycle electric car batteries.
Renault will build a production version of its Twizy Z.E. city car concept in its Valladolid plant, 150km northwest of Madrid.
The concept is a 1+1 city car with a footprint barely larger than a scooter at 2300mm long and 1130mm wide.