Essen – A new network of 180 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations will stretch all the way from Norway to Italy. The network will be supported by 10 million euros or $12 million funding from the European Union (EU).
E.ON and CLEVER’s EV charge station network
EON-SE is joining with the Danish CLEVER company a Danish charging provider to build a network of fast-charging stations that will run all the way from Norway to Italy.
EON-SE is one of the world’s largest investor-owned electric utility services. It has headquarters in Essen Germany. The company operates in more than 30 countries and has over 30 million customers.
First stations in Germany and Denmark will open before next summer. The stations are to be placed at least every 180 kilometers or about 112 miles. This will enable cross-continental road trips by EVs.