As electric mobility takes off, so does the need for charging infrastructure. In. normal, everyday usage, electric cars can easily be charged during idle periods without any loss of time for the users, for example overnight, during work or while shopping. As such, the topic of establishing charging infrastructure is also relevant for the retail sector. In this context, retailers are faced with the question of whether to set up and operate charging infrastructure themselves or to hand over these activities to external providers.
We cordially invite you to participate in the upcoming online seminar entitled “Establishing charging infrastructure facilities at retailers. FlächenTOOL and regulatory requirements ” (“Ladeinfrastrukturaufbau beim Handel. FlächenTOOL und öffentlich-rechtliche Vorschriften”) on 07.12.2022 to provide you with insights into this topic. The online seminar is especially aimed at smaller local players from the retail sector who are interested in offering charging infrastructure but do not want to set it up or operate it themselves.
As part of the online seminar, Joseph Löser (Planning Team) and Maik Hanken (Networking Team) from the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure will explain why it makes sense for retailers to address the issue of charging infrastructure. In addition, they will present the Centre’s FlächenTOOL and explain how the tool can support retailers in setting up charging infrastructure. In addition, they will offer tips on the practical procedure for setting up charging infrastructure as well as explanations of regulatory requirements under public law that must be observed during construction.
7 December 2022, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Please log in 10 minutes early to avoid delays. Participation is free of charge.