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900 euros in funding from KfW for private charging stations

The new funding guidelines for private charging stations allow homeowners, landlords, apartment owners' associations and tenants to receive a subsidy for privately used charging stations from the KfW loan institute. Now it is also clearly regulated for which models there is a subsidy from the state.

Nissan Leaf model year 2020

Nissan Leaf e + TEKNA 2020 test

The Nissan Leaf is one of the best-selling electric cars in the world. The motto of the most powerful version with the model suffix "e +" is characterized by the attributes faster (0-160 km / h in 6,8 seconds), higher (160 kW / 217 PS engine) and further (range up to 500 km) the end. For years, the previous model has been used frequently in the city area due to its acceptable range. In the current, completely revised version "e +", there is a plus of a very sporty driving style and a significant increase in range compared to the basic models.

The new Fiat 500 - Copyright Fiat

Fiat 500 - The legend is flowing

The year 2020 will usher in a whole new era. The small and compact Fiat 500 will open up to a whole new audience as a retro Stromer in the second half of the year. The 500 has enjoyed a growing fan base in recent years. Only a few months will pass before the start of the emission-free future. The Fiat 500 will continue to accompany us as an unmistakable electric retro speedster in the years to come.

Ionity fast charging station Neumünster West

Ionity is building a Europe-wide fast charging network by the end of 2020

Ionity is a consortium that was founded by BMW, Daimler, Ford and the Volkswagen Group. The aim of the consortium is to expand the charging structure with around 400 fast charging stations along the main traffic arteries in Europe. It should stand up to Tesla's Supercharger network.

Ultra fast charging station - Copyright Porsche

Ultra fast charging stations for electric cars

According to the Porsche press release, charging electric vehicles could soon be almost as fast as filling up with fuel today. This is obviously an interim result of the “FastCharge” research project in which Porsche is involved. On Wednesday, December 13.12.2018th, 8, the prototype of a charging station with an output of up to 450 kW was presented in Jettingen-Scheppach, near the A90 between Ulm and Augsburg. A Porsche research vehicle with a net battery capacity of around XNUMX kWh achieved a charging capacity of ... Continue reading "Ultra fast charging stations for electric cars

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