News Digest Item
18 Oct 2017

Utility innogy expands e-car charging infrastructure with sharing system

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German utility innogy plans to expand the country’s e-car charging infrastructure by enabling private companies to provide their own charging stations to the public with a new digital platform called eMarketplace, the group says in a press release. “Not all charging stations on a company’s premises are needed all of the time,” says Stefan von Dobschütz, innogy’s e-mobility branch director. Companies could choose which stations they open for the public and receive a remuneration for the power they provide, innogy says.

Find the press release in German here

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