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Skoda rates: Will build 7000 charging points

you Will want people to switch to electric cars, there must necessarily also be infrastructure for it.

It seems to be the reasoning of the Czech car manufacturer Skoda, which, like all other major car manufacturers have started to shift production to electric vehicles.

the Group has now announced that up to 2025 will equip its three large factories in the Czech republic with over 7000 charging points for electric cars, which will initially only be reserved for the employees at the factories.

the Skoda is about to get the staff to change to the Skoda electric cars, or whether it is a natural step in the development of the electrical infrastructure, it is hard to say. But for the hard-working fabriksansatte already running electric, everyday is probably a bit easier.

the Battle for the future of the electric car market is raging in these years, and the major automakers have already sent several electric models on the market.

the Skoda is, however, only now to be ready to roll the first fully electric cars out of the factories. It will be an updated and free version of the small city car Citigo. In addition, Skoda send a pluginhybrid edition of the big Superb model on the roads in the course of 2019. But the ambitions don't stop there, says the group.

- Skodas future is electric. At the end of 2022 we will have launched more than 10 electric models, says Skoda Auto's managing director, Bernhard Maier, in a press release and adds:

- At the same time the Skoda will also invest in infrastructure. In the following years, we establish up to 7000 charging points on the fabriksområderne and medarbejderparkeringspladserne.

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the Issue of charging points seems to be something of a concern for many of the major car manufacturers. It's not just about to sit on the vehicles themselves, but just as much to sit on anything else, battery-powered cars need.

And it is the Skoda not the only one who is aware of.

the German Opel in the same way plans to build 1300 charging points in his hometown of Rüsselsheim. Not to mention Tesla, who at the time of writing have installed 12.888 of their so-called Superchargers spaced at 1441 charging stations the world over.

the Battle for Europe's electrical infrastructure is seriously shot in time.

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