The energy company EnBWhat put another large-scale site into operation in the past few days. The charging park in Dorfen is located in the direct vicinity of the A94 towards Munich and the B15, which connects Rosenheim and Regensburg. It is already the fifth fast charging park operated by EnBW in Bavaria.
Drivers can charge their electric cars with 100 per cent green electricity at twelve HPC (High Power Charger) charging points. With a charging capacity of 300 kilowatts, these belong to the highest power class. “With a 20-minute charging stop, EnBW customers can charge up to 400 kilometres – and travel to Karlsruhe, Linz (A) or Innsbruck (A) without having to stop again. We are deliberately building our fast charging parks on federal roads and motorways in order to further increase the density of the long-distance transport network for e-car drivers,” explains Timo Sillober, EnBW Chief Sales & Operations Officer, who is responsible for e-mobility. The charging park is partially covered and equipped with a photovoltaic system.
EnBW operates a total of more than 700 fast-charging locations throughout Germany and continues to have ambitious expansion plans: by 2025, the energy company will operate 2,500 corresponding charging locations and is investing well over 100 million euros annually for this purpose. In addition to the charging locations at strategically important long-distance transport hubs, EnBW is also increasing the density of its fast charging network in inner cities and in cooperation with numerous wholesale and retail chains. www.enbw.com