Berlin: in the Meantime, 922 E-charging points in Schleswig-Holstein

In may, there were 922 public charging points, a year earlier, there were only 546, such as the energy Association BDEW said. The national average growth in one

Berlin: in the Meantime, 922 E-charging points in Schleswig-Holstein

In may, there were 922 public charging points, a year earlier, there were only 546, such as the energy Association BDEW said. The national average growth in one year, 60 percent the number of public charging points has increased from 17 369 27 730. Schleswig-Holstein is located in the absolute number of charging points in the comparison of the 16 länder unchanged in twelfth place. The largest concentration of power stations has Munich. In the Bavarian capital there are now 1185 public charging points, the energy Association BDEW. This is an increase within a year by more than 50 percent. More than 1000 public charging points, according to BDEW-load column register in Hamburg (1096) and Berlin (1052).

Also in the comparison of the States of Bavaria have points to the absolute Numbers, with 6353 Load still ahead, said the BDEW more. On place 2 in Baden-Württemberg, 4950 charging points. It is North Rhine-Westphalia (4476), lower Saxony (2501) and Hesse (1866) followed.

A dense charging network is considered to be a Central challenge for a breakthrough for electric cars to the mass market. The Grand coalition wants to push ahead with the stimulus package, the Expansion of the charging infrastructure. In addition, 2.5 billion euros will flow into the Expansion of the charging network, the promotion of research and development in the field of electric mobility and battery cell production. In the case of the power stations, a uniform payment system is to come.

BDEW chief Executive Kerstin Andreae welcomed the announcements. The promotion of electric mobility come at the right time. Is important but also, the Expansion of the private charging forward.

dpa
Updated Date: 07 June 2020, 04:26

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