Düsseldorf bakery claims to have Germany’s largest quick charging hub

German natural baker Roland Schüren is a long-time supporter of the clean-tech revolution (Energiewende in German). The bakery, situated on the busy Kreuz Hilden motorway junction close to Düsseldorf, options a large EV charging facility and a rooftop photovoltaic set up. It’s a well known assembly level for EV fans, who can prime up their batteries whereas having fun with a meal on the on-site café.

Now we be taught that the corporate, in partnership with Tesla and charging community Fastned, has expanded its charging park, creating what it claims is Germany’s largest quick charging hub.

Ladepark Kreuz Hilden features a Fastned station with 8 charging stalls, providing energy ranges as much as 300 kW, in addition to a Tesla Supercharger station with 20 stalls. The Fastned station is powered completely by photo voltaic and wind power.

“With a purpose to energy the exponentially rising variety of electrical autos, we’d like a variety of huge quick charging stations,” mentioned Fastned CEO Michiel Langezaal. “I name upon landowners that share this imaginative and prescient to contact us, so we are able to be a part of forces and see if we are able to realise a Fastned station on their website. Collectively we are going to construct the infrastructure of the long run!”

Supply: Fastned