Major carmakers announce details for joint venture for fast e-car charging network across Europe
Carmakers BMW, Daimler, VW and Ford announced details on their plan to launch a high-power charging network for electric cars across Europe. The network, dubbed IONITY, shall comprise about 400 fast charging stations spread over the continent by 2020 to “make long-distance journeys easier,” VW’s luxury subsidiary Porsche said in a press release. Other car manufacturers “are invited to help expand the network,” it adds.
See the press release in English here.
Read the CLEW dossier The Energiewende and German carmakers for more information.
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