Announced by Federal Minister Dr. Volker Wissing, the funding programme for self-generation and use of solar power on residential buildings for electric vehicles begins on 26 September 2023. Owners of owner-occupied residential buildings can apply for a KfW subsidy of up to 10,200 euros for a charging station, photovoltaic system and battery storage, as long as there is an existent electric car or there is a binding order for one.
New funding programmes, tools and products presented at the BMDV’s charging infrastructure conference
The “Charging Infrastructure Conference 2023” (“Ladeinfrastruktur-Konferenz 2023”) of the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV – Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr), which is taking place today in Berlin, is entirely devoted to the Federal Government’s Charging Infrastructure Master Plan II. The host, Dr. Volker Wissing, Federal Minister for Digital and Transport, is welcoming more than 600 guests on site as well as additional participants who can tune in to the fully booked event via a live stream.
“Easy e-truck charging: A User Journey” and new webpage on charging infrastructure for heavy-duty battery-electric commercial vehicles published
The National Centre for Charging Infrastructure has today published the new guide entitled “Easy e-truck Charging. A User Journey at Public Charging Stations Now and in 2030“ (“Einfach E-Lkw laden. Ein User Journey an öffentlichen Ladestationen jetzt und 2030”). The publication focuses on the public charging of battery electric trucks.
New course on the LadeLernTOOL e-learning platform to strengthen municipalities in their efforts for setting up charging infrastructure
The National Centre for Charging Infrastructure has today launched the third course of its LadeLernTOOL e-learning platform. The platform is particularly aimed in at employees working in municipalities, to support them in setting up charging infrastructure for electric vehicles at the local level.
Together with the German Tourism Association (Deutsche Tourismusverband e.V. (DTV)), the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure surveyed stakeholders in German tourism about charging infrastructure in the sector.
New “Easy charging without barriers” guideline highlights how to make charging infrastructure barrier-free
On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV – Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr), the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure (Nationale Leitstelle Ladeinfrastruktur) under the umbrella of the federally owned NOW GmbH is today publishing the new guideline entitled “Easy charging without barriers: Requirements for barrier-free charging infrastructure” (“Einfach Laden ohne Hindernisse: Anforderungen an barrierefreie Ladeinfrastruktur”).