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Strategy 2.0: IONITY accelerates expansion of its fast-charging network

IONITY already has the largest network of high-performance charging stations in Europe, which is accessible by the majority of electric vehicles. The joint venture is now ramping up its plans for further expansion.

By 2025, the number of charging sites is expected to rise from the current 400 to more than 1,000. The 800-volt technology in the charging stations means that the network can be used to charge the Porsche Taycan at its full potential of up to 270 kW. By using the Porsche Charging Service, Taycan drivers also benefit from a standardised and significantly discounted price at IONITY fast-charging stations; currently 0.33 euros per kilowatt hour.

The IONITY Strategy 2.0

IONITY charging points will be built not only on Europe’s motorways, but also near major cities and along busy main roads. These future locations will be built with six to twelve charging points. Furthermore, existing sites along routes with high charging demand will be upgraded with additional charging points.

Porsche Charging Service with almost 200,000 charging points

Porsche Charging Service gives drivers access to charging points across the globe owned by various providers, including IONITY. Currently, almost 200,000 charging points are connected in Europe, across 20 countries. Among them are around 6,500 charging points with a charging capacity of more than 50 kW DC. In addition to the network of the IONITY joint venture, Porsche is planning to set up its own fast-charging stations along Europe’s most important transport routes.

The programme now provides more than 2,700 AC charging points in over 70 countries, including at selected hotels, restaurants, airports, shopping centres, sports clubs and marinas.

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Nov 26, 2021 at 09:46

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