by Aischa | Feb 27, 2023 | LIS
For the first time, commercial vehicle manufacturers are providing detailed information on the planned sales figures for trucks with alternative drive systems. According to the report, around three-quarters of new registrations in heavy road freight transport are to be emission-free in 2030. The technological focus is on batteries and fuel cells.
by Aischa | Jan 20, 2023 | LIS
What gets in the way of smooth and reliable charging of e-vehicles? In a project funded by the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV), stakeholders from industry and science diagnosed sources of errors and on that basis, drafted a catalogue of measures for a more user-friendly public charging infrastructure.
by Aischa | Jan 19, 2023 | LIS
The German Hotel and Restaurant Association (DEHOGA Bundesverband) surveyed 1,500 members on the subject: ‘Charging infrastructure in hospitality’*. The National Centre for Charging Infrastructure supported DEHOGA in drafting the questions. The result: Half of the business surveyed have already installed charging infrastructure or are planning to do so.
by Aischa | Nov 7, 2022 | LIS
E-learning platform for municipal authority staff is launched
The National Centre for Charging Infrastructure today launched the LadeLernTOOL. The new E-learning platform will assist municipal employees in acquiring and expanding their knowledge about charging infrastructure, planning charging infrastructure for electric vehicles and advancing its installation locally. The tool is now immediately available at ladelerntool.de. It can be used free of charge following a short registration process.
by Aischa | Oct 19, 2022 | LIS
Federal Minister Dr. Volker Wissing presented the Charging Infrastructure Master Plan in Berlin today, which has been approved by the cabinet. Under the leadership of the Federal Ministry of Transport, around 80 stakeholders, including the federal states, municipalities, associations and companies, have contributed to the development of almost 70 measures.
by Aischa | Sep 21, 2022 | LIS
To enable the increased use of battery-electric trucks in transport nationwide in the near future, the establishment of a new, demand-focused charging network is already needed now. This charging infrastructure and its integration into the electricity grids are the subject of a new study commissioned by the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure.