Die EnBW nimmt in Schleiz an der Autobahn A9 einen weiteren Schnellladepark mit 16 HPC Ladepunkten in Betrieb. Foto: Enbw

A9 between Munich and Berlin: New EnBW fast-charging park Schleiz

EnBW is continuing to expand its fast-charging network across the country. The latest addition is the EnBW fast-charging park in Schleiz in southeastern Thuringia. With its direct link to the A9 motorway, it is optimally connected to the long-distance transport network and is located roughly halfway between Berlin and Munich and between Leipzig and Nuremberg. In Thuringia, EnBW already operates a large fast-charging park on the A4 in Rüdersdorf (near Gera).

The new fast-charging park in Schleiz is equipped with 16 HPC (high-power charging) charging points. If required, EnBW can double the capacity to a number of 32 such charging points. Drivers charge their electric cars there with a charging capacity of up to 300 kilowatts per charging point. Depending on the type of vehicle, they can thus charge up to 400 kilometers of fresh range during a 20-minute charging break. EnBW also operates the new fast charging site in Schleiz with 100 percent green electricity – just like all of its own more than 900 fast charging sites. The EnBW Schleiz fast-charging park is located in the immediate vicinity of the Schleiz junction on the A9 motorway in a newly developed industrial estate.

A lounge is being built at the site with seating for customers to use while charging. In addition to a permanently open WC, organic snacks and drinks will also be available there. A café, among other things, will soon be available in the immediate vicinity.

By the end of the decade, EnBW will operate around 30,000 fast charging points across Germany. It will thus contribute a large share of the total public charging infrastructure of 130,000 to 150,000 fast charging points required by then. To this end, the energy company is investing well over 100 million euros a year. www.enbw.com

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01.06.2023   |  

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