Stellantis announced that it will build a new network for charging electric vehicle batteries in Europe in cooperation with the startup company TheF Charging. It is planned to build as many as 15,000 filling locations with 2 million parking spaces by 2025.
The list of locations includes city centers, public institutions (such as hospitals and schools), traffic hubs (airports, train stations, ports) and entertainment venues (sports and wellness centers, hotels, restaurants) and shopping facilities.
The network will be publicly available, but buyers of Stellantis vehicles will have “exclusive conditions”. Drivers of cars of other brands will probably pay more or at least have to make an order on the new network.
It is not known yet how many fast chargers will be installed, but they will also be part of the network. The installation of the first fast chargers is expected in Italy this year, and the network will then expand to the whole of Europe.
The statement states that Stellantis has made contacts with over 1,000 owners or operators of locations across Europe in connection with this plan.
It is unknown at this time whether other carmakers will join Stellantis or launch competing battery charging networks.
Source: Nacionalna Klasa by www.nacionalnaklasa.com.
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