One of Europe’s largest charging stations is opening in the United Kingdom
Has been recently inaugurated one of the largest charging stations in Europe with a total of 180 charging points. This huge freight center is located in Birmingham (United Kingdom), more precisely in the “National Exhibition Centre”, one of the largest exhibition centers in Europe.
This charging station is located near Jaguar Land Rover’s factories and offices, which is why the company was one of the big supporters of the project. In fact, in the month of August, A total of 32 Jaguar I-Pace units charged their batteries simultaneously to test the station’s power distribution.
More precisely, this new charging station has 30 fast chargers up to 300 kW and 150 7 kW points. It is important to highlight that the charging station uses energy from renewable sources and also has solar panels on the roof of the covered charging parking spaces.
The site was recently inaugurated by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, who described it as an innovative investment that makes a statement “A significant step in our expansion of the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.” throughout the country”. Hunt added: “This is the largest private investment in electric charging in the UK and a huge vote of confidence in the UK’s role as a leader in the green industry.”.
The charging station was developed between NEC (the independent charging infrastructure company EV Network) and Blood pressure pulse who operates the website.