News Digest Item
26 Sep 2017

Utility introduces e-car charging card

EnBW

Southern German utility EnBW has introduced a one-for-all charging card for e-cars that will enable its customers to use a network of 8,000 charging stations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, regardless of the operator of the station. E-car drivers would not have to cope with different payment schemes, prices and cards for different stations anymore, EnBW said in a press release. EnBW is currently negotiating with more charging station operators to further increase the network.

Read the press release in German here.

See the CLEW dossier on Utilities and the energy transition for more information.

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