Having 300 stations makes the community one of many largest one for long-distance journey by means of Europe, particularly for non-Tesla CCS-compatible EVs that may’t use Tesla Superchargers.
The unique plan was to put in 400 stations by the tip of 2020, which implies that the aim is 75% full. Then again, the variety of 1,211 chargers (with output of as much as 350 kW) is now at 50% of the aim of two,400.
As we are able to see on the map beneath, a lot of the chargers had been put in within the central and north a part of the Europe, however lastly the community is increasing to the south, west, and east.
We guess that after the goal of 400 is reached, the house owners of the community (BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Firm and the Volkswagen Group with Porsche AG, most just lately joined by Hyundai Motor Group) will announce a brand new growth stage.
For comparability, Tesla has greater than 560 Supercharging stations and considerably extra charging stalls (a number of 1000’s), with energy output of normally 150 kW (V2 variations) and as much as 250 kW (V3 variations).
Information in regards to the community:
- 300 stations put in (1,211 chargers)
- 52 stations beneath development
- 400 stations (2,400 DC quick chargers, on common six per station) deliberate by the tip of 2020
- as much as 350 kW at as much as round 800 V
- CCS Combo 2 connector solely
- New pricing (from January 31, 2020): €0.79 per kWh (Prospects with out contracts)
- Instance pricing from Linked Mobility Service Suppliers (MSP):
- Preliminary pricing was: “Whether or not it is in Euro, Swiss Francs, or British Kilos, every EV cost shall be priced at a clear set-rate of €8, or £8, or 8CHF per session. In Scandinavia the session charge shall be 80 NOK / SEK / DKK.”