In Großburgwedel, Lower Saxony, BayWa Mobility Solutions (BMS) has completed one of Germany’s largest fast-charging parks. Around 15 kilometers north of Hanover, directly on the A7, there are 16 charging stations with 32 fast charging points and a charging capacity of up to 300 kilowatts each. The fast-charging park was built on behalf of EnBW, operator of Germany’s largest fast-charging network.
In six months of construction, a superlative fast-charging park has been created on former fallow land. In addition to the 32 fast charging points, the new fast charging park also offers car-related services such as vacuum cleaners, air pressure equipment and mat cleaners. Also, the foundation for a 17th and 18th fast charging point has already been created and the cables laid. This means that the fast-charging park can optionally continue to grow in the future.
Around one third of all newly built EnBW fast-charging parks with solar roofs made by BMS
Of the 13,253 fast-charging points in operation as of January 1 of this year, according to the German Federal Network Agency, BMS has installed more than 1,300. This corresponds to a market share of just under ten percent. As a general contractor for EnBW, BMS has so far implemented a good third of all newly built, large EnBW fast-charging parks with solar roofs: Petersberg on the A9 (Thuringia), Meerane on the A4 (Saxony), Zwickau on the A72 (Saxony), Bad Kissingen on the A71 (Bavaria), Lembeck Dorsten on the A31 (North Rhine-Westphalia), Tornesch on the A21 (Schleswig-Holstein), Kavelsdorf on the A19 (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania) – and now in Großburgwedel on the A7 (Lower Saxony). www.baywa.com; www.enbw.com