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EnBW is planning the "largest public fast load capacity of Europe". At 52 charging points, electric car drivers can recharge electricity with up to 300 kilowatt power. It starts at the end of 2021.
In the Supercharger network of Tesla, the station in California Firebaugh. The largest in Norwegian Nebben includes 44 SuperCharger. With planned 52 quick loading points, the flagship charging park planned by EnBW could actually become the largest public fastenar park in Europe at the Kamen Cross in North Rhine-Westphalia.
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E-Auto Quick Load Park: Restaurant: No, Clo: Yes
The current filling station should have a charging power of up to 300 kilowatts on each one of the. This would be - a corresponding vehicle required - loaded electricity for 100 kilometers range in five minutes. Unlike conventional motorway tank stations, there is only a toilet in the planned quick load park itself. Restaurants and purchasing stores are but in "immediate surroundings".
At the covered and illuminated quick loading points, the company should be able to be able to be 100 percent eco flow. Cost: between 39 and 49 EuroCent per kilowatt hour. For the necessary energy, a photovoltaic system with a capacity of 120 kilowatts. Excess energy, ENBW, should be fed into the local network. The quick load park is to be opened in the fourth quarter of 2021.EnBW wants 2025 around 2,500 fast loading locations have
to the cost of building the new location EnBW has not expressed itself. According to the Group, the Group invests annually 100 million euros in the. Since the beginning of 2020, 13 large fast load parks have been completed and more than 350 fast-loading locations in urban and suburban space. Up to 2025 EnBW wants to operate 2,500 fast-loading locations in Germany.
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