Fraunhofer receives 400 DC and AC charging points at 26 locations

Fraunhofer receives 400 DC and AC charging points at 26 locations-points

Recently, an e-mobility consultant gave to understand: “Narrow ribbons should of course be part of our everyday life”. The Ministry of Transport also seems that this opinion and wants to make 500 million euros promotion for private charging columns. All this to drive the change towards e-mobility. The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft also wants to contribute its part to change and leaves 26 locations from the Oldenburg mobility company EWE Go with charging points.

With their own project “Lama – Shop in the Workplace”, the company participates in the immediate program of the Federal Government “Clean air 2017-2022”. The aim of the Fraunhofer project is to save about 140 tons of nitrogen oxides and to drive the air improvement in municipalities through the expansion of the loading infrastructure for electric vehicles. By the end of 2020, the subsidiary of the Oldenburg Energie Group EWE is a total of just under 400 both DC and AC charging points to Fraunhofer locations.

“Simplicity and safety are two essential factors, so that change can succeed in electrified mobility. With the nationwide expansion of the charging infrastructure for the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, we create comfortable solutions for people who commute to work with the electric car. We are pleased to hereby be able to go another important step on the way of the mobility transition.”- Heiko Hambrock, EWE-Go Managing Director

The Oldenburg company assumes the installation and commissioning of the charging points, the services within the warranty, so repair and replacement of defective components, remote disorder over the 24/7 hotline and the annual maintenance of charging stations. Overall, 26 Fraunhofer locations in Germany should be equipped with corresponding charging stations by the end of 2020. The first pilot locations Stuttgart, Berlin and Paderborn have already been successfully expanded.

Project Manager Gabriele Scheffler from the Fraunhofer Institute for Locational Science and Organization ILO, in turn to understand: “We want to promote the environmentally friendly development of operational mobility options and the mobility of employees. On a total of 37 Fraunhofer institutes, new charging points are to be established, which are provided not only employees and company car fleets, but also third parties, so that, for example, residents can benefit.”

With the EWE GO, a 100 percent subsidiary of EWE AG in Oldenburg, you got an experienced partner on board. Because this operates today the densest shop network in the northwest. More than 900 public charging points, the company has built in the past and operates them exclusively with green electricity.

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  1. Focus, must be able to load at home. Consequently, at least wallboxes or even strong power sockets in blocks of residential blocks and housing estates must be numerous.


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