According to the BDEW charging station register, the number of public charging points rose by 2018 charging points within one year from December 2019 to December 7.740.
There is more information on this in the press release from BDEW:
23.840 publicly accessible charging points are currently listed in the BDEW charging column register * - 15 percent of them are fast chargers.
In December 2018 there were around 16.100 charging points - that's a
Growth of almost 50 percent within one year.
Three quarters of the charging points are provided by companies in the energy industry. You are continuously driving the expansion of the charging infrastructure. Other market players are, for example, parking garage and parking lot operators, supermarkets and hotels.
Nine cars share a charging point
The number of registered e-cars and plug-in hybrids is also increasing
slowly to: There are currently around 220.000 e-cars and plug-in hybrids in
Germany reported. The nationwide average would be with it
nine e-cars or plug-in hybrids share one charging point.
This is very good coverage - especially when you consider
that over 80 percent of the charging processes at home or at work
occur. It is all the more important that the hurdles for setting up charging infrastructure in the private sector are quickly removed. In order for electromobility to really pick up speed, a pragmatic adaptation of tenancy and condominium law is required. (Press release BDEW)
In order to expand electromobility, the charging station infrastructure in Germany must grow significantly.
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