German utility RWE’s green subsidiary innogy is interested in joining the joint venture automakers announced to deploy a fast-charging network for e-vehicles covering European travel routes, writes Jürgen Flauger in Handelsblatt. “The initiative is exactly the right step to support e-mobility. We can well imagine supporting it,” Norbert Verweyen, innogy’s head of operations for e-mobility, told Handelsblatt. The company is already Germany’s leader in e-mobility infrastructure, with more than 3,000 charging points and partnerships with car manufacturers and petrol and service stations, writes Flauger.
Read the article in German here.