Q: When will the Fredericia ultra-fast charging site open and be operational for the drivers of electric vehicles? And where in Fredericia?
A: The ultra-fast charging site is planned to open in February 2019 and an official launch of the site will follow during Q1 2019 – right next to exit 59 Fredericia S.
Q: What electric vehicles will be able to charge at Fredericia?
A: Both CCS and CHAdeMO charging is available, meaning that the vast majority of electric vehicles will be able to charge at the site – and a few models of plugin-hybrid vehicles.
Q: How many electric vehicles can charge at Fredericia?
A: Four electric vehicles will be able to charge simultaneously at the site. Two more charging points can be added when needed, bringing up the capacity of simultaneous charging to six electric vehicles.
Q: How fast will the electrical vehicles be able to charge?
A: The charging points will be able to deliver 150 kW, meaning that most electric vehicles will be able charge to full in approximately 20 minutes, depending on the specific model.
Q: How fast will future models of electric vehicles be able to charge?
A: The charging points support 350 kW at the flick of a switch, meaning that future models of electrical vehicles can charge at full capacity.
Q: How many ultra-fast charging sites will open in Denmark? Scandinavia? And when?
A: Eight ultra-fast charging sites will open along the freeways in Denmark – 48 in total in Norway, Sweden and Denmark – in the end of 2020.
Q: Where will the rest of the ultra-fast charging sites be located?
A: Every ultra-fast charging site will be located near freeways with easy access. Knudshoved in Denmark is the next location being build, with several locations underway.
Keep checking in on www.nextgencharging.com to stay posted on upcoming locations – more will follow in November and December 2018.