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Park and charge

More charging points to be installed in parking lots and garages in Wolfsburg. Employees can conveniently charge their electric cars during working hours. Additional charging points will also be installed in other locations.

More than 100 charging stations

All around the Wolfsburg plant, more than 100 charging stations and wall boxes with two sockets each will be installed in parking lots and garages by the end of April. By doing this, the Volkswagen brand wants to improve charging infrastructure to help make its employees’ commutes emission-free. The electricity used to charge the electric vehicles is CO₂-neutral green energy generated by hydroelectric plants.

Charging is simple

It is explained on the charging stations and functions via an app or the Charge & Fuel card, which is available from Volkswagen Financial Services. It is also billed through the card.

Locations are retrofitting

Other Volkswagen locations are also retrofitting their employee parking lots and garages for electric cars. Dresden is installing a further 56 charging points. The Emden plant already offers twelve charging points, while a further twelve are being added. The Salzgitter plant is planning to install 36 charging points over the course of the year. In Braunschweig, too, 16 public charging stations will be built, and in Kassel, employees will soon be able to charge at 40 new charging sockets.

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