Expansion Europe-wide charging infrastructure too slow for e-mobility goals

Expansion Europe-wide charging infrastructure too slow for e-mobility goals-slow

The Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) has evaluated the expansion of the charging infrastructure in 31 European states and created a shop grill for Europe. The evaluation shows how many publicly accessible charging points in a country in relation to the total stock of cars (gasoline, diesel, electric U.a.) available. The more public charging points there are, the more attractive it is for the consumer to switch to electric drive. The top spot in the ranking take the Netherlands, followed by Norway and Sweden.

Although Germany ranks second in the second in the absolute number of charging points, but is still below the average of all European states when taking into account. The ratio of e-automobiles to charging points results in many countries in many countries.

“A Europe-wide charging infrastructure is currently not available, the nationwide expansion is still in far away. If the EU Commission is considering to allow new cars in the future only with electric drive, it must provide a nationwide loading net throughout Europe. For this purpose, the EU Commission must now define binding expansion goals for all states. These include charging points at the place of residence, at work, commercially and on public roads, all of which must be supplied with 100 percent green electricity. If neither enough charging points nor sufficient eco flow for individual traffic are available, the transformation for climate neutrality will not succeed. Such a misplanning by the EU Commission would significantly restrict many jobs in many European countries and the freedom of mobility for citizens.”- Hildegard Muller, President of the Association of the Automotive Industry

In the European resource comes a charging point to 887 cars. Panel One of the European Loading Ranking is currently proud of the Netherlands with 109 cars to a charging point (82.263 charging points at 8.938.572 approved cars). On place 2 lies Norway with 147 cars per charging point. In total are 19 Norway 19.119 charging points registered and 2.816.038 car allowed. Three place goes to Sweden with 353 cars per loading point. Germany is still below the average with 1014 car per loading point and occupies only the twelfth place in the country ranking despite the previous efforts.

The order in detail: Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Luxembourg, Belgium, Iceland, Switzerland, Austria, France, Denmark, Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, Slovenia, Portugal, Ireland, Hungary, Slovakia, Estonia, Croatia, Italy, Latvia, Spain, Malta, Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Lithuania, Romania, Greece.

The VDA loading network ranking for Europe covers the 27 member states of the European Union Plus Great Britain, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. The number of charging points is based on the data of the European Commission financed by the European Commission for alternative fuels EAFO, with stand of 1. Quarter 2021. The car holdings are based on the information of the national authorization offices or. Associations. A loading point is as a “interface, with which one E-vehicle can be loaded” according to the EU Directive on setting up the infrastructure for alternative fuels AFID. The loading network ranking places the cars approved in the respective country of all types of drivers in relation to the charging points.

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7 thoughts on “Expansion Europe-wide charging infrastructure too slow for e-mobility goals”

  1. Oh, what, real, something new woman Muller.
    The policy is demanded, MH already clear. The VDA members do not do anything.
    Maybe less traffic, fewer vehicles, would also help, but she does not want to hear that.

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  2. An impudence of the VDA for years the e-mobillance badly speaking the citizens of whitening that everything that everything is good and devil of devils would be and anyway only a transitional solution and a temporary hype should be waiting for e-fuels and hydrogen and now the EU and the government MISSING PLANNING Proceed because you first seriously start planning with charging infrastructure

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  3. Price settlement for driving current in public charging points is heard – lightning-like! Alone the fact that there are 100’s variants of billing is an inhibitor for 90% of those interested.

    I do not have anyone who deals only starting with e-mobility, as many sealant and roadrobers are out there.

    It can only be billed to KWh, everything else is nonsense!

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  4. With the assessment of the VDA for the current state of the European shop network
    Of course, what contribution does the German automotive industry in its own country. A twelfth place in the country ranking is not a figurehead for Germany as an industrialized country. It is the task of the auto industry to create the necessary charging infrastructure. The state only needs to create the corresponding framework conditions. The fuel petrol stations were not built by the state, but by the corporations that deserve vigorously. The work of the EU Commission is just as deficient in this regard.

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  5. Oh Mrs. Muller, the Federal Government should build current tank stations? Why? The gas station network of the leaners were also from Shell, Aral, ESSO, etc. Completely self and without promotion built. And that should not be so at once?

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  6. The solution is easier than expected – Each year, reduce the permitted CO2 emissions of the new vehicles and thus increase the penalties of the manufacturers when their vehicle fleet stops more CO2.

    Then you will be amazed How fast the German manufacturers, presumably in the composite of all vehicle manufacturers, the main routes in Europe with charging stations flooding, so that as many people as possible buy an electric car.

    The VDA and its members just understand the language of money, so you have to pack it where it hurts right and that’s the money. Simply higher penalties for the CO2 emissions and the market economy will do the rest quickly, on it can leave – everything else costs our money.

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  7. The most beautiful is that the total stock of all cars, S are set in relation to charging stations. What for Germany means that a charging column comes on 1000 cars.
    However, if you only take BEV’s and PHEV’s a charging column on 25 cars.
    Beitesla works the best at 35 to 1.
    Where is the problem.

    LG Joe

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