Easy charging at service areas – new study published on setting up network connections for e-truck charging hubs
To enable the increased use of battery-electric trucks in transport nationwide in the near future, the establishment of a new, demand-focused charging network is already needed now. This charging infrastructure and its integration into the electricity grids are the subject of a new study commissioned by the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure.
First charging infrastructure conference of the BMDV kicks off with over 1,300 participants online and on site in Berlin
Today, the “Charging Infrastructure Conference” (“Ladeinfrastruktur-Konferenz”) of the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV) is taking place in Berlin for the first time. In his capacity as host, Dr Volker Wissing, Federal Minister for Digital and Transport, welcomes the more than 1,300 registered participants at the Berlin TEC Event Campus and online.
“Easy charging in the municipality” – New guide from the Centre for Charging Infrastructure supports cities and municipalities in the expansion of charging infrastructure
Cities and municipalities in Germany play a key role in the expansion of publicly accessible charging infrastructure. The new “Easy Charging in the Municipality” (“Einfach laden in der Kommune”) guide provides practical assistance in the implementation of charging infrastructure for public roads. In particular, it introduces the topics of awarding contracts, tendering and approval processes. It has now been published as part of the Charging Infrastructure Conference of the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV – Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr).
Up-to-date & informative: National Centre for Charging Infrastructure publishes new data on the expansion and operation of charging infrastructure in Germany
With four new online data products, the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure now provides information on the current utilisation of charging points, the expansion of the publicly accessible charging infrastructure, the charging processes that have been conducted and much more. The goal: sharing knowledge, achieving transparency.
Federal Minister of Transport Wissing: “The National Centre for Charging Infrastructure makes clean mobility a reality.”
On a visit to the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure in Berlin today, Dr. Volker Wissing, Federal Minister of Digital and Transport, received a first-hand account of the progress being made in expanding the charging infrastructure in Germany.
New “Easy charging at Residential Buildings” guideline published
Today, the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure has published a new guideline for the installation of private charging infrastructure in multi-apartment buildings. It is aimed at owner occupiers, tenants and landlords who are planning to set up charging facilities at multi-party buildings. Among other things, the new guideline offers step-by-step instructions for establishing charging solutions in multi-apartment building settings.
“Local charging infrastructure” funding programme: Eulektro’s city charging park in Bremen inaugurated as one of the first projects
The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen today officially inaugurated a federally funded inner-city public charging park. The new charging park was established by the Bremen-based start-up company Eulektro in cooperation with the city of Bremen.
Advisory Board of the National Control Centre for Charging Infrastructure welcomes four new members
The advisory board of the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure met for its fourth meeting online today, strengthened by four new members. This is the first time a manufacturer of battery-electric trucks and associations from the trade, property and the oil industries are represented in the advisory board.
FlächenTOOL lists 1,000 properties for construction of charging infrastructure
FlächenTOOL from the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure now lists around 1,000 properties that are available for the development of charging infrastructure in Germany. The digital platform was launched in November 2020 and has the goal of bringing landowners like municipalities, companies and private persons together with those who want to invest in charging infrastructure.