Motorists may often have to settle with relatively small changes in the area that binds them together: A fuel consumption, there have been a half mile better per. litres, a top speed that is increased by 10 km/h. or a charge that is adjusted, but still makes drømmebilen unattainable.
Why is it refreshing, when there finally is news like this that really moving and shaking in the car world: On both sides of the great belt Bridge is now opened charging stations for electric cars, which according to the FDM can let the cars four to seven times faster than regular charging points.
the Stations is located in Nyborg and Halsskov and is powered by two competitors: E. ON/Clever and Ionity. While the latter has four stations in Denmark, Nyborg station the first, as the energy companies E. ON and Clever has opened in denmark in a cooperation.
In Nyborg can electric cars now have up to 150 kW, while ladestanderen in Halsskov can send no less than 350 kW into the battery. For comparison, the pylons, which stand in cities across the country, typically clear 22, 43 or, in some cases, 50 kW.
however, It does not, unfortunately, to electric cars over one comb can exploit its potential to the full. No cars can even handle the 350 kW, which Ionity offer, and only a few can leave with 150 kW. In addition, the cars according to TV2 Fyn must have a so-called CCS-connector for a drink at the new watering hole in Nyborg.
It is the european standard and widely used on the majority of new electric cars sold in Denmark. But last year's best-selling electric car, Nissan Leaf, don't use it. Here is the car in the place equipped with a Chademo connector.
This means that the 637 drivers, who last year purchased a Nissan Leaf, must continue across the great belt to Halsskov. On E. ON and Clevers charging station you can, before long, using both CCS and Chademo, and according to the FDM, the new Nissan Leaf could, therefore, leave with up to 100 kW here.
Bilistorganisationen writes that the 150 kW-ladekapaciteten makes it possible to include a 64 kWh battery from 20 to 80 percent in 20 minutes - if the car is suppose to feel can handle the many kW. Audi e-tron is one of the first cars, which can be let with the full 150 kW, but here is the battery also of 95 kWh.
Later in the year is expected Porsche to launch the electric car Taycan, which reportedly should be able to use 350 kW chargers to fully. Porsche advertises itself with the that the car will be 'filled' with the power for 100 kilometres ' drive in four minutes.
Both the Ionity and E. ON/Clever collaboration has plans to open more stations in Denmark. While Ionity is building two new charging stations, working with E. ON and Clever, at a station at Fredericia. The cooperation must result in the total 48 stations in Scandinavia.