Charging Network Allego opens Charging Station at Ettenhuber GmbH in Munich/Feldkirchen
German charging network Allego has opened a special high-power charging (HPC) station at the Ettenhuber GmbH site in Feldkirchen, Munich. The charging infrastructure deployed by Allego will offer high-power charging facilities for electric buses as well as electric cars.
At Allego’s new HPC location at Otto-Lilienthal-Ring 22 near the Munich East motorway junction, three 150 kW chargers have been deployed by the charging network. The CCS (Combined Charging System) chargers, which will also be operated by Allego, are called ‘ultra-fast charging columns.’
At these ‘ultra-fast charging columns,’ electric vehicles (EVs) capable of fast-charging or high-power charging will get fully charged in a fairly short period of time with the appropriate charging capacity. More specifically, according to Ettenhuber, a charging time of 15 minutes at the 150 kW chargers will enable a driving range of 200 km.
Allego has revealed that the new HPC location will be used by the Ettenhuber bus company for charging its three electric buses at night, while the public will be able to use the chargers during the day. The charging tariff, dependent on the consumption, will be calculated on the basis of kWh.
The day-time use of the HPC station by public will be available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., from end-August 2019 onwards. During this time, the chargers can be used by the residents of Feldkirchen for charging their EVs, and also by EV drivers who pass through the district.