Politics and associations arguing for charging network expansion

Politics and associations arguing for charging network expansion-associations

The automaker association VDA does not work fast enough to expand the loading infrastructure for E cars. Understanding President Hildegard Muller considers a top meeting of the industries involved. That reports “time.de “Calling on different sources. Petrol stations, building industry, parking operators and energy suppliers, but also the municipalities should finally “develop a concrete plan, as the expansion accelerates and loading for people simpler and faster,” Muller said the “mirror”.

More and more cars have to share a charging column, complained to the VDA boss. A year ago, 13 E cars and plug-in hybrids have come to a public charging point a year ago, they are currently on 22. According to the Federal Network Agency, there are currently nearly 51 in Germany.000 public charging points. In fact, the new traffic light government wants to massively accelerate the expansion of the charging column infrastructure and strives for at least 15 million fully electric cars on German streets by 2030 and there is a million charging points until then. However, in order to achieve this goal, however, “the current speed during the expansion of the loading infrastructure,” said Muller.

Federal Minister of Transport Volker Wissing was open to joint discussions. “We can convince people only from switching to climate-friendly electromobility, if we make sure they can load everywhere quickly and easily,” the FDP politician is quoted from the spark media group. “Only when loading as easy as recharging, we can bring people to take the people in the direction of mobility of the future and climate neutrality.”At the same time we wissing loud” time.”But that the auto industry is a main profit of the expansion of the charging infrastructure. Therefore, there is also a special commitment to expect.

The Green MEP Jutta Paul, on the other hand, threw the auto industry a “three-step distraction maneuver”. Thus, manufacturers themselves would have to be taken into the obligation, for example by increasing the CO2 fleet limits faster. “If we accelerate the change to electromobility, we also make the installation and operation of charging columns lucrative,” she argued in the “mirror”.

The Energy Management Association BDEW in turn refuses fixed targets when expanding E-charging columns. There is a danger that “that we create an oversupply and many charging columns simply not be used,” said BDEW-General Managing Director Kerstin Andreae the newspapers of the Editorial Network Germany (RND). Nobody knows today exactly how the mobility outside 2030.

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3 thoughts on “Politics and associations arguing for charging network expansion”

  1. Nobody knows today exactly how the mobility outside 2030

    Is a visionary club. In Norway went from 0 to nearly 100% new registrations in less than 10 years. Why should that be different in Germany, only with a few years delay? (VDA thank you) Just so good could you have in 2000 rum to believe the shiny future of the tube monitor.

    And the other way around the car traffic will not decline until 2030 – unfortunately.

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  2. “There is a danger,” that we create an oversupply and many charging columns are simply not used, “said BDEW-General Managing Director Kerstin Andreae”
    What is that for a danger?
    Could happen that the charging points are not around-the-clock !!
    At today 13 FZG. and planned 15fzg. each charging point, and vllt. 1-2 hours. Charging time / FZG.
    I do not see this danger for a long time – but I’m not an entrepreneur &# 128521; !!

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  3. “[BDEW-General Kerstin Andreae]:

    “There is a risk that we create an oversupply and many charging columns simply not be used” “

    Easy to sweep through, distract it only about one as far as possible high utilization goes. notused charging pillars – if it gives you – just at the wrong place and could be planned or if necessary, if necessary!

    “Nobody know exactly how the mobility looks in 2030«.”

    who then Already today has current usage numbers of the columns, – obviously LFD. be used more frequently – if Not the BDEW?
    But should the legislators like to determine more consistent combustion intervals!

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