Globus is working with EnBW to expand the charging infrastructure at its market halls across Germany. The energy company will gradually start installing high-capacity fast-charging points in customer parking lots later this year. All new charging points at Globus will draw 100 percent of their electricity from renewable sources.
In total, more than 800 High Power Charging (HPC) charging points are to be installed at all Globus market halls throughout Germany. This represents an increase of over ten percent on the nationwide stock of corresponding fast charging points. With expansion potential at over 60 locations, an average of 13 fast charging points with a charging capacity of up to 300 kilowatts will be available in the future. This means that the battery can be charged from ten to 80 percent in just a few minutes, depending on the vehicle’s charging capacity. Payments can be made easily at the charging points using all common payment methods, such as the multiple award-winning EnBW mobility+ app. Further benefits are planned for registered Globus customers, such as charging discounts via the My Globus app.
EnBW is installing roofs with its own photovoltaic systems at around 20 of the Globus market halls. These supply the respective charging locations directly with solar power generated on site and offer even more convenience in bad weather. Additional electricity required for fast charging is 100 percent certified green electricity. The first HPC charging points from EnBW will be available to GLOBUS customers by the end of the year. www.globus.de; www.enbw.com