Info
Info

Fastned opens its 100th fast charging station

News

Fastned, the charging company that is building a European network of fast charging stations where all fully electric vehicles can fast charge their batteries, is simultaneously opening its 100th and 101st fast charging stations in Europe. The two stations are situated in the Netherlands, on both sides of the A15 highway.

Info

Michiel Langezaal, CEO Fastned, said: “This is good news for electric drivers and a great milestone for Fastned. In 2013 we opened our first fast charging stations along the Dutch highway. Six years later we have built more than 100 stations in the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom at high traffic locations along highways and within cities. The development of locations in Belgium and Switzerland is also well underway. With this fast charging network Fastned is now one of the largest players in Europe.”

Fastned was founded in 2012 by Michiel Langezaal and Bart Lubbers after the company acquired concessions via a public allocation procedure organised by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (“Rijkswaterstaat”) for the realisation of a large number of fast charging stations along Dutch highways.

Fastned's mission is to give freedom to electric drivers and thereby accelerate the transition to electric driving. To achieve this, Fastned is building a European network with the aim of a thousand fast charging stations where all fully electric vehicles can charge fast with 100% sustainable electricity.


The Latest News, Brought To You By
Fastned opens its 100th fast charging station
Modified on Friday 14th June 2019
Find all articles related to:
Fastned opens its 100th fast charging station
TaaS Technology Magazine
Info
Veoneer Receives Order To Supply Thermal Cameras For Autonomous Vehicles
Ford Planning To Develop Second EV Based On MEB Platform For Europe
EDAG And Hyundai Jointly Develop Touch Steering Wheel Concept
GM To Invest Into Development Of Electric Pick-up And Battery Manufacturing
Ampcera Develops New Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing Technology For Solid-State Electrolytes
CATL To Supply Battery Cell Modules For Daimler’s Electric Trucks
TuSimple Announces Round Of Series D Investment At $215 Million
Renault Reveals UK Pricing And Specification For The New ZOE
Škoda Begins Serial Production Of Superb IV At Kvasiny Plant
EU Commission Approves E.ON’s Takeover Of Innogy
SVOLT Unveils New Cost-effective EV Battery Based On Stacking Technology
Hyundai And Kia To Acquire Minor Stake In Ola Electric
BYD ADL Upgrades The All Electric Enviro200EV Bus Range
Drive System Design To Present Paper Detailing EV Powertrain Design At The CTI China Symposium
XCharge Unveils The 360kW Satellite HPC C9LQ EV Charger
Toyota To Use Panasonic’s Cylindrical Batteries In Its Chinese Hybrids
DENSO Opens Cutting-edge R&D Centre In Plano, Texas
EVBox Uses EEBUS For Energy Management And Grid Integration Of EV Charging
Mitsubishi To Debut A Small Electrified SUV Concept At Tokyo Motor Show
Nissan And EDF Collaborate To Bring Smart Charging Solutions
Wipro Collaborates With India’s IISc To Further Research Into Autonomous Vehicles
FUSO ECanter Fleet Achieves One Million Emission-free Kilometres
Tata Motors Launches TACNet 2.0 To Accelerate Innovation In Mobility
WWL Busts 6 Myths About EVs And The Outbound Supply Chain
Info
Info
×
Search the news archive

To close this popup you can press escape or click the close icon.
Logo
×
Logo
×
Register - Step 1

You may choose to subscribe to the TaaS Magazine, the TaaS Newsletter, or both. You may also request additional information if required, before submitting your application.


Please subscribe me to:

 

You chose the industry type of "Other"

Please enter the industry that you work in:
Please enter the industry that you work in:
 
X
Info
X
Info
{taasPodcastNotification}