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Has the Opel got electroshock? Build 1300 charging points in the city

'First we take Rüsselsheim, then we take Berlin'. It seems to be the reasoning behind the Opel, which in these months are grappling with the really big plan

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Has the Opel got electroshock? Build 1300 charging points in the city

'First we take Rüsselsheim, then we take Berlin'.

It seems to be the reasoning behind the Opel, which in these months are grappling with the really big plans for how they can transform themselves into a true specialist in electric cars.

In november seemed the German car manufacturer, which is owned by French Groupe PSA, the leak out, that it is from 2024 to be the end of to sell new cars without a power connector. And now Opel will have its hometown of Rüsselsheim in the land of Hessen, to be the home of the world's densest concentration of charging points for electric cars.

It writes the Opel in a press release.

No fewer than 1,300 charging points will be built in the southern German city, with its almost 65,000 marine inhabitants are the size of Randers.

Of the 1300 charging points come the 400 to be placed on private land, the majority of which is owned by Opel. According to the car manufacturer, there will be one public ladestander for every 72 residents in Rüsselsheim.

For comparison, Hamburg, which is Germany's leading city in the area, 785 publicly accessible recharging points for its 1.8 million inhabitants, while Berlin (743), Munich (392), Stuttgart (382), and Düsseldorf (209) have fewer yet.

Opel's home town of Rüsselsheim am Main becomes the ’Electric City’, says among other things, in the press release from the German car manufacturer.

the Project runs up in a price of 95,6 million dollars, and the 1300 charging points is expected to be ready for charging in the course of 2020.

The German newspaper Die Welt notes that the internal combustion engine era in Germany is irreversibly over. It refers simultaneously to an analysis that shows that in Hamburg is 2.25 cars per ladestander, while the figure for Berlin is 3.2.

such A statement is not made for Rüsselsheim, but the probability is great that the city elbilister not going to keep in line to charge their cars up right now.

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