Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

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Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

von TeeKay » 15. Sep 2014, 12:25

Moderator Note: This discussion originated from a post in a different thread.

andrewas hat geschrieben:Btw: is there a "winner" among the various 22Kw providers in Germany - or do you have to be a customer of several different providers in order to charge anywhere in Germany?

No, there is no winner. But we have dozen of new cards, keys and telephone numbers to activate charging stations... every week. :-)

Until end of the year there will be a new charging solution to activate all Vattenfall and RWE stations in Germany without monthly basic fee.

Alternatives to the closed SuC in Hamburg are these AC 22kW stations near the Autobahn: http://www.goingelectric.de/stromtankst ... ng-4/1098/ and http://www.goingelectric.de/stromtankst ... asse/3781/
There are free of charge and available 24/7.
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Re: Supercharger in Europa

von LaoKi » 15. Sep 2014, 17:17

andrewas hat geschrieben:The heavy investment of SC's in Germany (compared to the number of Model S sold) indicates that Tesla both sees Germany as a key market and sees SC coverage through Germany as an enabler for sales in Europe in general.

Btw: is there a "winner" among the various 22Kw providers in Germany - or do you have to be a customer of several different providers in order to charge anywhere in Germany?

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My personal winner is TheNewMotion
https://my.thenewmotion.com/
They provide not the most stations, but good information
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Re: Supercharger in Europa

von OS Electric Drive » 15. Sep 2014, 19:15

We use them too, good choice
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Re: Supercharger in Europa

von Offsite-Tesla » 15. Sep 2014, 22:46

LaoKi hat geschrieben:
andrewas hat geschrieben:The heavy investment of SC's in Germany (compared to the number of Model S sold) indicates that Tesla both sees Germany as a key market and sees SC coverage through Germany as an enabler for sales in Europe in general.

Btw: is there a "winner" among the various 22Kw providers in Germany - or do you have to be a customer of several different providers in order to charge anywhere in Germany?

Andre


My personal winner is TheNewMotion
https://my.thenewmotion.com/
They provide not the most stations, but good information

my recommendation is plugsurfin which ccovers rwe vattenfall and others
rwe has the best distrbuted infrastructure
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Re: Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

von Boris » 16. Sep 2014, 09:54

@Offsite-Tesla: Plugsurfing already covers Vattenfall ? I heard about these plans by End of 2014, but it is already working ?
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Re: Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

von Volker.Berlin » 16. Sep 2014, 12:40

Boris hat geschrieben:@Offsite-Tesla: Plugsurfing already covers Vattenfall ? I heard about these plans by End of 2014, but it is already working ?

No.
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Re: Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

von Volker.Berlin » 6. Okt 2014, 10:11

Update: Beginning in November, it shall be possible to charge at RWE charging stations and pay by credit card or Paypal -- no contract, no registration, no German bank account, no "premium SMS" -- just with the RWE "e-kWh" smartphone app:
http://www.rwe.com/web/cms/de/250036/rw ... id=4011989
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Re: Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

von just_cruise » 6. Okt 2014, 11:12

How to find free-of-charge stations in Germany's very popular http://www.goingelectric.de/ charging stations data base (> 6.000 stations):

Desktop: http://www.goingelectric.de/stromtankstellen/ -> Optionen. Select the 1st Filter option 'kostenlose Stromtankstellen' , then click 'Suchen' before you zoom the map. For translations of 'Details' descriptions / comments of particular charging stations, you might want to use e.g. https://translate.google.com/#de/de

Mobile Devices: unfortunately, the http://www.goingelectric.de/stromtankstellen/mobil/ does not offer the 'kostenlos' (= for free) filtering option. Thus, you might either use the desktop version first or look at the details of charging stations one by one. To find stations nearby, click 'Ladesäulen am Standort'.
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Re: Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

von Franko30 » 6. Okt 2014, 11:33

LEMnet.org and its iOS/Android apps offer filters for "Freier Zugang" (unrestricted access) as well as "Münzzahlung" (coin operated).

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Re: Charging options in Germany for non-Germans

von Volker.Berlin » 7. Okt 2014, 08:23

Volker.Berlin hat geschrieben:Update: Beginning in November, it shall be possible to charge at RWE charging stations and pay by credit card or Paypal -- no contract, no registration, no German bank account, no "premium SMS" -- just with the RWE "e-kWh" smartphone app:
http://www.rwe.com/web/cms/de/250036/rw ... id=4011989

The same is now true for all charging stations that feature the "intercharge" sticker, including RWE in Germany and VLOTTE in Österreich:
http://www.hubject.com/pdf/PM_hubject_20141006.pdf
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