News Digest Item
18 Sep 2017

10,700 e-car charging points in Germany

German Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW)

Germany has a total of 10,700 charging points at 4,730 stations for electric cars, reports the German Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW). Of these, 530 are fast-charging stations. Charging points operated by energy companies and other providers, such as car parks, are included in the count. For Germany to reach its target of one million e-cars by 2020, 70,000 charging points would have to be installed across the country, the BDEW said in a press release.

Read the press release in German here.

Read a CLEW factsheet on the Energiewende in transportation here.

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