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10 March 2020

EnBW publishes report on charging infrastructure in Germany

The report, compiled by Prognos AG constitutes the first substantial market analysis in this field and reveals large differences in spatial distribution of charging infrastructure.

Whereas there is a high density in metropolitan regions, the possibility to charge electric vehicles at public charging stations is very limited in some rural areas, especially in Eastern Germany. Also along highways, there is a shortage in charging stations in Northeast Germany.

The report also compared charging tariffs that differ widely between the different operators and the electric vehicle models. The most expensive operator requires twice to three times as much charging fees than the operator with the cheapest tariffs. Whereas compact electric vehicles consume electricity at a price of 2,20 € / 100 km to 3,30 € / 100 km, middle class electric vehicles do consume electricity at a price of around 7,40 € / 100 km equalling the costs of fuel consumption of a comparable diesel car.


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