Sustainable, carbon-neutral mobility will become increasingly important in the city of tomorrow. To ensure that drivers of electric vehicles can reliably reach their destinations, there needs to be a good charging infrastructure. That's why EnBW already currently operates more than 400 charging stations – and new ones are constantly being added. Due to the installation of charging stations at 34 motorway service stations operated by Tank & Rast in Baden-Württemberg, EnBW now has a network of fast charging points, while the company will be operating charging stations at the 119 Tank & Rast sites across Germany in 2017. In less than 20 minutes, the new charging stations can provide electric vehicles with enough energy to travel 100 kilometres and even shorter charging times will be possible in a few years. The charging stations are fully networked. Drivers can locate charging stations on a digital map and see whether they are free to use. Charging processes can be precisely planned in this way. The charging stations will become even more intelligent in the near future: If a driver supplies electricity to the grid via a solar power plant at home and thus participates in the energy community, he will be able to charge his vehicle at any charging station with cheap community electricity sourced from renewable energies.