Bundestag adopts fast load law for 1000 fast load hubs

Bundestag adopts fast load law for 1000 fast load hubs-adopts

The “Law on Providing Nationwide Quick Load Infrastructure for Pure Battery Electric Vehicles”, short fast-loading network (fast LG), has been adopted by the Bundestag. With the law, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) creates the legal basis for the targeted expansion of a Germany-wide network of fast load points. With 1000 additional fast-loading hubs, a narrow fast-loading infrastructure network is to be created, which guarantees that demand for increasing eligibility numbers of electric cars can also be covered at peak times and on unprecedented locations.

“The next fast loading column must be available in a few minutes. Therefore, we build 1000 fast load hubs nationwide by 2023. With the rapid loading network, we have now created the legal basis to start the Europe-wide tender and thus the construction of the new locations. Only with a nationwide and user-friendly charging infrastructure, we can inspire people to switch to climate-friendly e-cars. Especially the fast shop with over 150 kilowatts is crucial for an unrestricted range of E cars – whether in the city, on the highway or on the highway.”- Andreas Scheuer, Federal Minister of Transport

In close cooperation with the BMVI, the National Control Center Loading Infrastructure under the umbrella of NOW GmbH has been coordinating and the activities for expanding the charging infrastructure in Germany since 2020. On the basis of the rapid loading network, a tendering procedure will be worked on to ensure an efficient construction of the scheduled rapid store network for remote and medium-distance traffic. The concept of the tender will be submitted to the German Bundestag. The tender should start in summer 2021.

So-called High Power Charging (HPC) loading infrastructure with a capacity of at least 150 kW should be advertised at the respective charging points. The aim is to ensure rapid loading for medium and long distance mobility – in addition to the existing or existing or. under construction, private, public and commercial charging infrastructure, which is also promoted parallel through the BMVI. The control center analyzes the loading media using data for mobility and loading behavior, to vehicle types and on the basis of the previous inventory of charging infrastructure. This uses a digital instrument called Location Tool (WWW.site.de). Based on the analyzes, areas (search rooms) are advertised to build fast-loading locations.

The tender is carried out in at least 18 regional loose. The lots contain the previously defined search rooms. The lots are different. The concerns of medium-sized companies should be considered in the solution. In addition, there are nationwide loosely on locking facilities along the federal trailers.

For the biddings, construction and ensuring the operation of the charging points are contractually mandatory – unlike in previous and further existing funding programs. The Confederation also sets out supply and quality standards at the locations of the rapid store network and ensures their compliance. For the construction and operation of the fast-loading infrastructure, a volume of around 2 billion euros is planned

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4 thoughts on “Bundestag adopts fast load law for 1000 fast load hubs”

  1. Will Chademo still be from the game? Have the days loaded at a 100 kW Chademo loader at the RASTHOHN Pfefferhohe.

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  2. Chademo is sure to belong to the most donorous plug-in variants, which will be painful for the relevant.
    CCS is the uniform European standard on which all providers are more and more oriented.
    The question would be because old plug types can be converted, and whether it could not give a promotion for this?
    High-speed shop is a fine thing that should be built in the future more on heavily frequented places, such as shopping opportunities,. This could help the loader better and more vehicles can be loaded. Unfortunately, more and more AC loaders are blocked by Phevs, which almost do not load anything, but all the longer meaningless.

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  3. I did not quite understand who then the owner and operator of these charging stations should be. The Bund? this cant be true.

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  4. There is that the whole thing is to be advertised. So the federal government seeks companies committed to build or build the charging points and to operate it. The charging stations are the property of the companies. The required areas are likely to be rented or licensed at least along the BAB by the operator company.

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