By End Of 2015, CLEVER Will Operate 543 Charging Points With 22 kW, 43 kW And 50 kW In Denmark

NOV 16 2014 BY MARK KANE 7

CLEVER charging point in Denmark

CLEVER charging point in Denmark

CLEVER, a charging operator in Denmark, announced plans  to almost double the number of charging points from the current 322 to 543 by the end of 2015.

The plan is to use more multi-standard units with power up to 50 kW.

Facts about CLEVERs network in 2015:
CLEVER plan to have a total of 543 fast charging points (22 kW, 43 kW and 50 kW) at the end of 2015 divided into:
317  – 22 kW AC, (Type 2)
63 – 43 kW AC, (Type 2)
163 – 50 kW DC (COMBO 2 and CHAdeMO)

“The upgrade of CLEVERs network is co-financed by the European Union, with the support of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T). “

There is no word on lower power charging points (below three-phase 22 kW) and according to the on-line map, there are just few of them in the entire network.

Hat tip to Thomas Volden!!!

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7 Comments on "By End Of 2015, CLEVER Will Operate 543 Charging Points With 22 kW, 43 kW And 50 kW In Denmark"

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Magnus Gottlieb

FYI monthly EV-sales (only FEV’s) for Denmark are published here:

http://www.danskelbilalliance.dk/Statistik/Salgstal_maaned.aspx

CounterStrike Cat

Taking into consideration, that the ICE Up! is the most sold car in Denmark, the e-Up! is just dead meat.

CounterStrike Cat

Too bad no one is using them, because 81 € for a 100 kWh prepaid card is just, fuuuurself.

Additional:
>To access the CLEVER network as a foreigner, you need a prepaid RFID card with your selection of prepaid kWh.

>Please note that unused kWh and your RFID Card – is valid for one year. Unused kWh must be used within a calendar year, and can not be refunded

JR

543 charging point, is a great infrastructure, there are about 2000 gasstations in DK
But 81€ for 100 kw, that is more expensive than using gas at 1.4 € a liter, not rewardin for driving electric

Surya

Nice. I hope to make a trip through Denmark in my EV some time in the future 🙂

Thomas

> There is no word on lower power charging points (below three-phase 22 kW)

The 22 kW chargers will adjust to the capacity of the car (e.g. 3,7 kW for a Leaf). All you need is a Type 2 to the type of your car (e.g. Type 2 to Type 1 for a Leaf).

mike w

I’m glad to see that these guys are installing high capacity stations (40 to 50 kw). Most of the DCFC units I’ve seen around here are 20 kw.