Half of the communities without public charging points

Half of the communities without public charging points-points

Sales of e-cars in Germany is constantly increasing. If one counts the “double hearts” with, here are already far more than one million battery cars on the way. By the end of the decade, the number of streamers should rise to 15 million. So in any case is the political plan. But the loading infrastructure is probably not stepping up with this development. This reports “mirror.de “Calling on different sources.

Every week, 2000 charging points would have to be built, had already made more than a year ago the President of the Association of Automotive Industry, Hildegard Muller. But it would only be built around 300. Current figures of the Federal Network Agency from which “mirror.de “quoted, prove, in more than half of the municipalities in Germany is not yet publicly accessible charging columns for e-cars. The 25.376 publicly accessible charging facilities with 49.207 charging points for electric cars are highly unevenly distributed.

The magazine refers, among other things, to a response of the Federal Ministry of Economics to a Parliamentary Question of Left Party Chief Dietmar Bartsch, which reported the newspapers of the Funke Media Group. From the 10.796 communities in Germany therefore have 6516 no single charging column for E cars. Here are drivers on wallboxes in the domestic garage or at the employer.

Particularly few municipalities with charging columns are available to the report in Rhineland-Palatinate with its many small places (1962 from 2302 without charging column). But for example in Thuringia (491 of 633 communities without charging column) the offer is manageable. In Bavaria there are in absolute numbers most charging pillars per federal state – but at the same time a large number of places without appropriate offer (994 from 2056). In North Rhine-Westphalia, on the other hand, only eight of a total of 396 places would not have charged for e-cars.

Bartsch spoke against the spark newspapers in this context of a large “charging column failure”. The transition to e-mobility can not succeed if politics are suffering the provision of infrastructure. “Instead of subsidizing the purchase of electric cars with billions, the future Federal Government must invest billions in a nationwide charging system,” Bartsch is quoted.

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9 thoughts on “Half of the communities without public charging points”

  1. The HENNE EI problem. I have no possibility to load my car I do not buy e-car either. For the domestic loading place, however, there is actually a Schukosteckdose. A wallbox is already a luxury solution.

    Counts a charging column on a supermarket parking also to public charging columns. Legal is the yes a private charging column, but de facto nevertheless public. (Z.B. at Lidl, IKEA or some DIY marks) That would be the statistics of something withdraw. At least the familiar charging points at IKEA I do not find in the charging column register.

    Farnsworth

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  2. Soso, the left there is still there and they are now trying to healthy on a current topic – after the vaccination refusal of Wagenknecht and Co. rather cost approval. But only because it appeals to the wrong one, a topic does not have to be wrong.

    The municipalities who have no public charging columns now are apparently where you simply do not like it. No persuasion work helps, coercive measures have to be introduced. This could initially be something as simple as a pillory, where a ranking of the shameful communities is published publicly. With the “Most backward municipality of the week” per administrative district, federal state, Germany.

    Nevertheless, that is not the core issue against electromobility. Because an estimated just 1/20 of all households where a charging connection is possible without any complications already has one or has applied for one. So there is still a lot to do.
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  3. To stay with the example of Rhineland-Palatinate, since I live there:
    The majority of the municipalities are small places, sometimes only a few hundred inhabitants or even fewer, almost only homes. Public charging stations would only make sense at a few tourist hotspots, almost all residents could charge at home.

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  4. The investigation is interesting, but useless.
    A municipality can be small, or a city or a big city that is at the same time a federal state like Berlin. A village can be far from the center of the village of the community or city, which belongs to it. Where there is charging columns.
    Interestingly, however, how many motorists live far from the next charging column.

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  5. You should not transfigue hybrid in the media. It is finally the worst possible compromise to drive electrically.
    ‘Doppelherz’ is certainly not the sensitive name that I connect with it.

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  6. Seldom stupid study!!
    Lots of communities consist of only a few houses and then they have all the garage + driveway + wallbox.
    No small community inhabitant will procure BEV without domestic loading – if necessary the Schuko can or camping blue.
    There are countless communities that have these ominous mayor-loaders to church / town hall. They are then monthling unused,.

    There are gaps in the charging power storage but you can not attach the best wishes to the municipality number. That’s a regional problem.

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  7. At the end of the year, many of the charging columns funded four to five years are reduced in the country.
    Many CDU / CSU mayors have deactivated and dismantled them in summer.
    After contacting you contacted and explained that these promoted charging columns can not be easily disabled, they were reactivated until 31.12.2021
    Then it will be more difficult in the country with the BEV.
    But the BEV’s have already reached reach of at least 300 km, so that’s absolutely unproblematic.
    And who has a solar system, that can, so I do the (solar tracker with memory), with the supplied 220V cable of the manufacturer load the BEV at night and has no high electricity costs.
    And through the slow charge with 2.2 – 3.6 kW you prevent the slow downright, or. The slow destruction of the battery.
    And if I drive longer routes, then I can plan my route with charging stations and loading providers via Going Electric.
    For example, the provider GP Joule is the cheapest for me. Costs only 41 € cents per kw / h.
    Parallel to the BEV’s one must not neglect the fuel cell vehicles.
    Toyota has a great model here: the Mirai (unfortunately does not fit in my garage, otherwise a brilliant car).
    The problem here: This technology can not and do not want German companies because they can not decide independently and depend on Asia.
    Here are still profits with burners for board bosses and shareholders in the double-digit area, at the expense of a uninhabitable planet for our descendants.

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  8. Half of the communities without public charging points
    Note: Statistics supplies (more or less) good information but none proofs!

    The to prove Some comments in this thread.

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  9. Which is bad that no charging columns are placed on swimming pools, football grounds, cinemas or even on large shopping centers!!! Also, the municipalities would have to make effects so that it is changed immediately!!!!

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