Which three cities in Germany are a leading pioneer in charging points for e-cars?

As we talk about electric cars and vehicles in today’s scenario and the high tech competition going on who will be capturing the market or which developed country will be the leading example to have encapsulated the journey completely in their country or who are the first one to have start-ups and turned them into a multi-billion company. There is a sector that is equally showing its potential with promising opportunities in charging points.


Have you ever wondered how it feels to have less accessibility to fuel your vehicle when you are riding the most present technology with the substantial value being added to your community or the environment? Well, most of the countries are working out with providing more accessible charging points where the e-car commuters have to worry less to fuel their electric cars.


The largest three cities in German leading the ranking are
München, Hamburg, and Berlin have installed their infrastructure with 1.185 charging points, with 1.096 charging points with 1.052. As per the report by the Federal Association of the Energy and Water Industry (BDEW), the accessibility of charging point have been increased in a higher ratio within one year. As per the analysis, three federal states Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, and North Rhine-Westphalia are the leading region.

In my opinion, the collaboration also showed a breakthrough among the consumers to venture into new technology. Being a human being myself, I can relate to the fear among the consumer to invest in new transportation as being used to be driving the traditional ones. Often, fear of uncertainty is something beyond anyone to comprehend but providing new schemes and initiatives to provide more facility with a promise to be environmentally friendly encourages the sale generation on a larger scale.

Source:- https://www.elektroniknet.de/elektronik-automotive/elektromobilitaet/

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