In order to achieve the climate protection goals of the federal government and to support the ramp-up of electric mobility in Germany, it is necessary to expand the public and private charging infrastructure in advance. A good 90 percent of the municipalities in Germany are either already active in terms of charging infrastructure or are planning such activities. The tasks of the municipalities include, among other things, the creation of holistic charging infrastructure concepts, the identification of needs and potentials, and the management of the expansion on site, e.g. by making public areas available for the establishment of charging infrastructure.
With this in mind, the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure has published a new guide entitled “Einfach laden in der Kommune” (“Easy Charging in the Municipality”), which provides information on the awarding and approval of charging infrastructure for stakeholders in municipalities.
To accompany the publication of these guidelines, we cordially invite you to participate in the (German language) “Easy Charging in the Municipality” online seminar on 13.09.2022.
At the seminar, Conrad Hammer from the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure and Christian A. Mayer, lawyer and partner at Noerr Partnerschaftsgesellschaft mbB, will explain the role of municipalities in the topic of charging infrastructure and provide an insight into the municipal instruments for action that are available.
Online seminar: 13.09.2022, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Please log in 10 minutes early to avoid delays.
Participation is free of charge.