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15 05 2019 02

Shell is starting to build high power chargers at its gas stations in Germany. This year, the oil company plans to build 50 charging stations across the country, with a total of 100 charging points and a capacity of at least 150 kilowatts. Further charging stations are to follow.

Shell has brought EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg, an utility in Germany’s south, on board as a partner for the charging network initiative. They plan to install high power charging stations with CCS, CHAdeMO and an AC connection (type 2), which will each provide up to 150 kW for up to two vehicles charging simultaneously and up to 300 kW when only one car is charging. According to the media reports, locations in Cologne, Oberhausen and Munich are planned.

“The importance of electric mobility will undoubtedly increase in the passenger car sector,” says Jan Toschka, head of Shell’s filling station business in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The cooperation with EnBW will give Shell direct access to the know-how and years of experience of the energy company and charging infrastructure operator. “We have a holistic view of the subject of electromobility and bring comprehensive expertise in the area-wide expansion and operation of charging infrastructure to the project,” confirms Marc Burgstahler, who is responsible for electromobility at EnBW.

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