Vattenfall Connected EV Charging Point Number 15,000

Vattenfall just connected charging point number 15,000 to its growing InCharge network that offers a full range of solutions for charging cars at home, at work and on the go.

“It is fantastic to have now passed this milestone together with our customers and partners. Vattenfall initiated InCharge three years ago, and we are increasing our capacity significantly in the markets, where we are present, to meet the heavily increasing growth in electric vehicles”, says head of Vattenfall’s E-mobility business, Tomas Björnsson.

Depending on country, Vattenfall also provides access to tens of thousands of charging points in public spaces through international roaming agreements. Charging point number 15,000 was installed in the Netherlands that after Norway is the fastest growing market for electric vehicles. And it is no coincidence that the new charging point gets online in the Netherlands. Vattenfall last year prolonged a tendered contract for public charging of electric cars in Amsterdam and is now operating more than 3,500 public charging points in the Dutch capital alone and almost 5,500 public charging points altogether in the country.