Economy & Politics

The south-west wants to become a pioneer for e-mobility

From right: Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (Greens), EnBW boss Frank Mastiaux and Transport Minister Winfried Hermann (Greens) open the first inner-city quick-charging park for e-cars on Stuttgart’s Keplerstrasse. Photo: dpa / Christoph Schmidt

With EnBW, the state government is building the first urban fast charging park for e-cars. EnBW boss Frank Mastiaux wants to accelerate the expansion of the fast charging network and is using his own app.

Stuttgart – Baden-W├╝rttemberg is speeding up e-mobility with the opening of what it claims to be “Germany’s first public urban fast-charging park for electric cars”. In downtown Stuttgart, cars should be charged within five minutes so that they can travel up to 100 kilometers. “With a view to the charging times, we’re closing in on refueling at the petrol station and show that electric mobility has passed the practical test with us!” “This makes the charging infrastructure for electromobility part of the cityscape – and part of everyday life.”


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