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The benchmark for e-mobility: EnBW becomes the first company to reach the milestone of 1,000 quick-charging stations

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Winfried Hermann, Minister of Transport of Baden-Württemberg, Colette Rückert-Hennen, Member of the Board of Management of EnBW, Winfried Kretschmann, Prime Minister of Baden-Württemberg and Andreas Schell, Chairman of the Board of Management of EnBW (from left to right) at the event celebrating 1,000 EnBW fast charging locations nationwide.
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1,000 fast-charging locations throughout Germany: EnBW operates the largest fast-charging network nationwide.

About the EnBW HyperNetwork

In addition to operating and expanding the nationwide quick-charging infrastructure, EnBW gives motorists access to more than 500,000 charging points in Europe with the EnBW HyperNetwork®. The EnBW mobility+ app always finds the nearest charging option in these countries. Electric car drivers can also use the app for convenient and contactless payment. After a one-off registration, customers can also simply connect their vehicle at most of EnBW’s own quick-charging points and immediately start charging. The same standard and transparent prices per kilowatt-hour apply at all charging points within the EnBW HyperNetwork.

The EnBW mobility+ service regularly comes out on top in independent tests, including best charging infrastructure operator in Germany (connect 11/2022 and 12/2021), best HPC charging network operator (autobild.de, 21.07.2022), best e-mobility provider in Germany (connect 11/2022, 12/2021, 12/2020 and 07/2020), access to the largest charging network in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (AUTO BILD 22/2022 and 20/2021), best value for money among independent providers (AUTO BILD 22/2022) and best e-mobility app, connect (connect 05/2021).

E-mobility at EnBW

EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG is one of the largest energy supply companies in Germany and supplies electricity, gas, water and energy solutions and energy industry services to around 5.5 million customers with a workforce of around 27,000 employees. In the field of e-mobility, EnBW has grown to become one of the market leaders in recent years. As a full-service provider together with its subsidiaries, its activities range from electricity generation using renewable energy sources to the development, expansion and operation of charging infrastructure and the creation of digital solutions for consumers. In addition, as an independent EnBW subsidiary, Netze BW is responsible for the secure operation of distribution grids. As one of the German market leaders in home storage and photovoltaic systems, EnBW also combines solar, storage and electricity cloud solutions with e-mobility services to create a complete energy ecosystem for its customers.


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