Audi Part of New Ultra Fast European Charging Network

Audi Part of New Ultra Fast European Charging Network

0 comments 📅03 November 2017, 20:15

Audi is scrap of a new network that is powering up to allow high-speed EV charging across Europe.

Ionity is a partnership between BMW, Daimler, Ford, VW, Audi, and Porsche. They be undergoing just announced that the new joint venture is building a pan-European network of high-priced-speed charging stations. The group expects to have 400 stations up by 2020.

The new network when one pleases allow truly high-speed charging. Even faster than Tesla’s Supercharger network. Ionity’s chargers inclination allow 350 kw per car, more than double what a Supercharger can handle, using the Combined Charging Plan standard.

This is the network that Porsche was talking about when they claimed 15 minutes to safe keeping the Mission E’s 95 kWh battery.

Parts of the network will be up and running by the end of this year, with 20 charging stations up and game. The 400 charging station goal is just the beginning, and that refers to 400 locations, not solitary chargers. Each location is likely to have multiple charge points.

The elementary 20 locations will be on major roads in Germany, Norway, and Austria. They wishes be spaced at 120 km intervals, as part of partnerships with rest stop and convenience warehouse operators in the areas.

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