EU plans: up to 2025 charging columns every 60 kilometers

EU plans: up to 2025 charging columns every 60 kilometers-columns

There is still a violent associated until when the EU Commission wants to lower the CO2 emission of new cars to zero and thus want to seal the end of the burner. Climate Commissioner Frans Timmermans is working for 2035 strong, internal market Commissioner Thierry Breton wool accepted at the earliest 2040, it says in Brussels. The decision is likely under the “Fit for 55” climate package on 14. July fall. In it, the EU Commission wants proposals, as the EU can reduce CO2 emissions by 2030 by 55 percent compared to 1990. But one is already clear: without a tight network of powerful charging columns, the change to e-mobility can not succeed.

The charging infrastructure must be in time, it says in Brussels. The Commission therefore wants to make specifications for the years 2025, 2030 and 2035. That reports the F.A.Z. According to their information, Member States are to be obliged to guarantee at least a powerful charging station by the end of 2025 along the most important European high-speed roads at a maximum of 60 kilometers. Five years later, this value is to apply to the advanced high-speed network of the EU – so also on all German highways and important federal highways. For heavy transport, every 150 kilometers a hydrogen petrol station should be available every 150 kilometers.

The Commission is stressed in this context that there is no preliminary decision for e-mobility. Reducing the emission of new cars to zero successes technologieseauty. With the specifications for charging stations and hydrogen gas stations, however, a clear direction was specified, so the F.A.Z. Accordingly, in the Commission, behind the hand was said that there is no economic alternative.

At the same time, the Federal Government wants to stick to the higher financial incentives for the purchase of e-cars. As the Ministry of Economic Affairs announced, the “Innovation Premium” will be extended to the end of 2025. In the top buyers of pure e-cars receive a subsidy of 9000 euros (6000 from the federal government, 3000 from the manufacturer). Since the increased subsidy is paid, the sales figures in this country increase strongly. Meanwhile, electrified cars come to a market share of more than 22 percent.

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6 thoughts on “EU plans: up to 2025 charging columns every 60 kilometers”

  1. Quote “For heavy transport, every 150 kilometers is a hydrogen petrol station”????
    was not always said that the hydrogen trucks can drive at least 1000km???

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  2. That the Federal Government wants to expand the innovation premium until 2025 is the right direction
    and introduces the e-mobility. Probably the fact that H2 drive is also unsuitable for heavy transport, have not yet arrived in the competent EU Commission, or. The lobbyists are too strong.

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  3. “In this context, the Commission stresses that there is no preliminary decision for e-mobility.”

    That’s correct. There is no preliminary decision, it is the decision. And that’s good.

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  4. Every 60 kilometers a charging column? – Then I probably sank exactly in the “charging hole”, as the next charging columns would be about 30 km away at Stuttgart, Heilbronn, Schwabisch Hall or Schwabisch Gmund.

    Only good that there are many charging stations in between. still will give.

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  5. Please build fast load columns as near Netherlands in the Netherlands. So quasi like a gas station. Then it does not matter if you have a nose or side loader. Especially on these sloping parking spaces in front of some German charging columns I have to park with my e-up with the short cables as the last Asi. Only as a loading place has already been occupied. My charging socket is right on the right. Sometimes you have to be really adventurous to be able to load. In the Netherlands you drive laterally, as at the gas station. That’s clearly comfortable.

    Farnsworth

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  6. The 60km is certainly entitled to the EU. For Germany we are already on. The next quick loader should not be further than 10 minutes away. So about 20km for motorway speed.

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