The advisory board of the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure met for its fourth meeting online today, strengthened by four new members. This is the first time a manufacturer of battery-electric trucks and associations from the trade, property and the oil industries are represented in the advisory board.
FlächenTOOL from the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure now lists around 1,000 properties that are available for the development of charging infrastructure in Germany. The digital platform was launched in November 2020 and has the goal of bringing landowners like municipalities, companies and private persons together with those who want to invest in charging infrastructure.
Climate-friendly commercial vehicles: NOW identifies action required for building up charging infrastructure
With the conclusion of the task force: ‘Backcasting – charging infrastructure for heavy-duty commercial vehicles’, the BMDV, NOW and the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure have established a ‘to-do’ inventory for the development of public charging infrastructure for heavy-duty commercial vehicles used in long-distance transport.
200 fast-charging locations along Germany’s federal motorways: Second part of the tender for the Deutschlandnetz underway
The latest tender for 200 fast-charging locations of the Deutschlandnetz at unmanned rest areas along Germany’s motorways was kicked off on 20 December 2021. The tender is being conducted by the federal motorway company, Autobahn GmbH. It represents the second partial tender of the Deutschlandnetz – the BMDV already commenced the tendering procedure for 900 fast-charging locations nationwide at transport hubs in both urban and rural areas on 1 October 2021.
“Local Charging Infrastructure” funding programme: Application deadline ends at the end of the year – submit your application now
Applications for the Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport’s “Local Charging Infrastructure” funding programme can still be submitted until the end of the year. The programme is primarily aimed at companies in the retail sector and the hospitality industry.
National Centre for Charging Infrastructure and the Berlin-based association “Sozialhelden und -heldinnen” (Social Heroes) are forging ahead with barrier-free infrastructure for e-charging points.