Electromobility will not be successful without a comprehensive charging infrastructure. Europe continues to make progress with deploying charging points. No country has as many publicly accessible charging stations as the Netherlands. Germany, the frontrunner in public fast charging infrastructure, almost caught up to France in 2022.
April 2023 - 178 KB
The e-mobility industry is booming, with one million e-cars (battery electric vehicles, BEV) registered in Germany by the end of 2022. According to a projection based on the latest figures from the Federal Motor Transport Authority and the European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO), The European Union (EU) even exceeded the three million mark. Besides Germany, the EAFO ranks France (approx. 750,000 BEV) followed by the Netherlands, Sweden and Italy among the top-performing EU countries.
September 2022 - 294 KB
Newly-registered passenger cars with alternatively fueled engines came out on top in Germany in 2021: 355,961 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) increased their share by as much as 83 percent to 13.6 percent. In total, electric vehicles (PHEVs and BEVs) thus have a share of 26 percent.
January 2022 - 375 KB
Over the course of the past year, the share of all-electric vehicles (BEVs) in new passenger car registrations in Germany has steadily grown. In January 2021, for example, they accounted for 9.6 percent and in December 2021 for 21.3 percent.
January 2022 - 684 KB
E-mobility in Europe is picking up speed – and is racing ahead more rapidly in Germany than in any other European country. One in three electric cars newly registered in 2021 drives on German roads, according to figures for the first ten months of this year.
October 2021 - 467 KB
August, 2021 – 841 KB
February 2021 - 317 KB
March, 2021 - 443 KB
A PV system with a capacity of 3.25 kWp in a single-family home in Germany can provide enough power annually to operate an electric car for around 18,000 kilometers emission free.
December, 2019 - 382 KB
October, 2019 - 313 KB