Federal Network Agency records more than 52.000 public charging points

Federal Network Agency records more than 52.000 public charging points-federal

Publicly accessible charging points for electric cars must meet minimum technical requirements. In order to be able to check compliance with these requirements in accordance with the Charging Station Ordinance (LSV), operators are obliged to notify the Federal Network Agency of their publicly accessible charging infrastructure. These reported charging points are published on the charging station map. Charging stations that have not been reported are not included on the map. So there are a few more charging points installed than specified by the Federal Network Agency.

The Federal Network Agency are on the key date on 1. January 2022 a total of 44.486 AC normal charging points with a charging capacity of up to 22 kW and 7717 DC fast charging points with a charging capacity of more than 22 kW have been reported. Makes 52 in total.203 public charging points. All of these charging points for which the Federal Network Agency’s notification procedure has been fully completed and for which publication on the Internet has been approved are recorded on the charging station map and are available as a list of charging stations.

A few things can be gleaned from these lists, such as the distribution of charging points by federal state. Bavaria is ahead in terms of both normal charging points (9334 AC chargers) and quick charging points (1385 DC chargers). For AC chargers, North Rhine-Westphalia follows with 8558 and Baden-Wurttemberg with 7455. With the DC loaders, Baden-Wurttemberg takes place two, with 1326 quick loading points, in front of North Rhine-Westphalia with 1167. Lower Saxony (4635 AC / 880 DC) took fourth place and Hesse (2933 AC / 527 DC) fifth in both categories.

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The six-monthly development of publicly accessible charging points in Germany reported in accordance with the Charging Station Ordinance since 2018 is shown in the graphic below.

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4 thoughts on “Federal Network Agency records more than 52.000 public charging points”

  1. Unfortunately, the numbers only show that we are lagging behind.

    In total, there were 1.044 million publicly accessible charging points in China 6 months ago: (+237.000 in Q1-Q3). In 2024 the plan is to have 3 million charging stations.
    https://insideevs.com/news/544573/c…ng-points/

    The proportion of public charging points per capita in China 6 months ago was 33% higher than in Germany at the current time.

    China: 72,000 (6 months ago) vs Germany 52,000 (today) charging stations per 80 million inhabitants

    But we have significantly more cars per inhabitant – so actually much more is needed!
    currently cars
    Germany: 580 per 1000 inhabitants
    China: 155

    If we want to replace all diesel/petrol cars, we need 4 times as many charging stations per inhabitant as China.

    In addition, Germany is 3 times as wealthy on average: see GDP/per capita. And it’s about important fundamental investments in infrastructure that will have long-term consequences. We should definitely be leaders there.

    and the most important: the scissors separate. We’re not catching up, we’re expanding far less over the next few years.

    So where will EVs prevail sooner and faster??

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  2. I would find the figures on the major manufacturers exciting – and the pace at which they are expanding.

    1. Tesla
    2. ionity
    3. Fastned
    4. ..
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  3. The Federal Network Agency are on the key date on 1. January 2022 a total of 44.486 AC normal charging points with a charging capacity of up to 22 kW and 7717 DC fast charging points with a charging capacity of more than 22 kW have been reported. Makes 52 in total.203 public charging points.

    That makes an average of around 177 charging points per district or district. 130 per rural/urban district.

    For comparison:

    On average, 3 districts or. 4 rural/urban districts share 1 H2 filling station.

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  4. You can clearly see how the distribution of the charging points corresponds to the purchasing power for BEVs. Only a few people in the east have the money for BEVs and therefore need fewer charging stations.

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