Some areas in Central Europe are already quite well covered, although a lot of work is still ahead for IONITY.
IONITY, the European fast-charging network, founded in 2017 by BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group with Porsche AG, and joined by Hyundai Motor Group (Hyundai and Kia) in 2019, celebrates its 250th charging location.
The company announced the news on July 3, 2020, about six months since the milestone of 200 stations. The pace of new installations was probably significantly lowered by the COVID-19 lockdown, so we are wondering whether the target of 400 locations by the end of 2020 is still the case.
IONITY’s website shows that there are 251 stations installed, while another 49 are under construction.
According to the Status Tracker for IONITY HPC, the highest number of stations is in:
Most of the chargers are supplied by Tritium (55%: 569 chargers at 139 stations), followed by ABB (41%: 424 chargers at 108 stations) plus 5 stations with a total of 28 Porsche Engineering chargers.
IONITY fast-charging network – July 3, 2020
Info about the network:
Example pricing from Connected Mobility Service Providers (MSP):
Gallery: IONITY fast charging network
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