The cost traps for mobile charging tariffs in 2022
The public charging infrastructure will grow rapidly this year. Tesla alone has installed over 6.000 charging points in Europe. With each newly built station, the charging capacity often increases as well. At Tesla, the new “V250” superchargers with an output of up to 3 kW have increased the charging speed to up to 1600 kilometers per hour under optimal conditions. This means that the Model 3 can achieve a maximum range of 120 kilometers in 5 minutes. As the number of charging stations increases, so does the range of mobile charging tariffs. The overview for the cheapest tariff is linked to the special conditions contained therein. To choose the right tariff, it is worth taking a closer look at the cost traps.
Charging stations for e-cars: How to find a charging station at any time
Advertisement - The electric car is an ingenious invention, especially since it is powered by at least one electric motor instead of running on fuel. The big plus of this innovative driving technique is obvious - there is no environmental pollution from the exhaust gases from the combustion process and the air should also be better when using e-cars. However, there are more gas stations than charging stations for the batteries of the e-cars, which is why the search for a charging station can be quite complicated in the beginning. So here are a few suggestions on how you can find a charging station at any time. This is important, because on average one charge is just enough for 150 to 500 kilometers.
Hamburg has the most public charging points nationwide
According to BDEW, Hamburg continues to lead the city ranking of the BDEW charging station register, but is now closely followed by Munich (945 LP) and Berlin (933 LP). Stuttgart (398 LP), Düsseldorf (213 LP) and Leipzig (189 LP) follow at a considerable distance. With 4.904 charging points, Bavaria is still by far the front runner among the federal states.
Contactless payment with debit and credit cards at Allego charging stations
Allego GmbH, based in Berlin, operates a network of charging stations for electric cars in Germany. As a Charge Point Operator (CPO), Allego builds and operates the charging station locations. The offer ranges from planning and setting up the charging location to securing operations through support and maintenance. The charging infrastructure operator belongs to the Meridiam investment company, which is headquartered in Paris.