Scandinavia’s leading Electric Mobility Operator CLEVER is putting up four fastcharge stations in the Northern part of Germany. CLEVER expect the fastcharging stations to be operational before the end of 2015. CLEVER’s four new fastcharge stations in Germany enables EV drivers to drive their EVs between the major cities in Scandinavia - from Oslo to Stockholm. From Stockholm to Copenhagen, and in 2016 all the way from Stockholm to Hamburg using CLEVERs fastcharging network.
CLEVER is the leading Electric Mobility Operator in Scandinavia with a nationwide network of more than 500 fastcharge-points in Denmark, and during 2015 CLEVER has established a strong presence in Sweden where they are in the process of rolling out a national network of fastcharge stations. And now they are taking their business South of the Danish border as well – so far with four new quick charge stations that facilitates charging of all modern EVs with 50 kW CCS, CHAdeMO, and 43 kW on Type 2-connection.
- CLEVER has managed to become the most significant player in the Scandinavian market in a few years. We found that there was a strong wish to get a faster and more convenient charging network among the Scandinavian EV drivers, and we have been working hard to fulfill that wish by establishing a network of quick charge stations in Denmark and Sweden – and we are ready to transfer the successful business model to new markets in Europe. The four new quick charge stations in Germany are the first steps on that path, says Casper Kirketerp-Møller, CEO, CLEVER, and continues:
- 82% of our customers wishes to travel far and cross the borders to our neighboring countries in their EVs. That demands charging on the go, which means that you need to be able to rely on being able to access fastcharge stations, when you’re travelling in your EV. And that is exactly what we are offering - fastcharge possibilities that facilitates all modern EVs on the market. The car brands are introducing new EVs, and at CLEVER we are ready to charge them all fast and convenient, says Casper Kirketerp-Møller, CEO, CLEVER.
Free electricity on CLEVER’s quick charge stations in Germany the first three months
The first three months the German EV drivers will be able to quick charge for free on CLEVER’s German fastcharge stations. The Danish electric mobility operator has chosen to welcome the EV driver’s to their new German fastcharge stations by providing them with three months of free electricity, and the customers can use the same card for charging on CLEVER’s quick charge stations no matter if they are charging in Denmark, Sweden, or Germany.
CLEVER makes it easy for the EV drivers to charge their cars
It is an important part of CLEVER’s strategy to place their charge stations at locations that are convenient for the EV users so they are able run their errands while the car is charging. CLEVER’s new fastcharge stations in Germany are located near two Famila supermarkets, a Team-tankstelle service station and a Fleggaard boarder shop close to Puttgarden which makes it easy for the EV drivers to take a shortcut between Denmark and Germany by giving them easy access to the Ferry between Rødby and Puttgarden.
Supported by the European Union
The upgrade of CLEVER’s charge network is co-funded by the EU with support from TEN-T, who supports the roll out of an European infrastructure of charge locations for EVs to promote sustainable mobility. It is a largescale European project to create an EV corridor of fastcharge stations throughout Europe.
The addresses of the new quick charge stations in Germany are:
1)Fleggaard Burg, Mummendorfer Weg 7, 23769 Fehmarn
2)Barnitzer Str. 1-7, 23858 Reinfeld (Famila supermarket)
3)Pascalstr. 9, 25451 Quickborn (Famila supermarket)
4)Kieler Str. 21b, 24783 Osterrönfeld (Team-tankstelle)
CLEVER provides a free app where you can see the status of the new quick charge locations in Germany and see when they are put in to operation.
CLEVER is a Danish company and the leading electric mobility operator in Scandinavia. We facilitate charging of all EVs on the market by installation of EV chargers at home and at the work place where the primary charging takes place.
CLEVER has a nationwide fastcharge network with more than 500 charge points in Denmark ( 22kW, 43 kW, and 50 kW (both Type 2, CCS, and CHAdeMO standard)) which is compatible with all modern EVs on the market, and CLEVER is in the process of creating a similar charge network in Sweden.
CLEVER is a Danish Company owned by the Danish energy companies SEAS-NVE, SE, NRGi, EnergiMidt, and Energi Fyn.