Tesla opens Luxemburg’s first electric car charging station

Tesla opens Luxemburg’s first electric car charging station

Étienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, attended yesterday the official opening of Tesla first supercharger in the country. The charging point is located at the Légère Hotel Luxembourg in Munsbach, southern Luxemburg, and features four chargers that can be used free by all Tesla car owners.

During his speech, Schneider recalled that the first contacts with Tesla executives were established a year ago during an economic mission to the United States. “I am confident that these charging points are just the beginning and that the California company will develop more activities in Luxembourg in the future, including the installation of a dealership for their high-end electric vehicles,” he said.

He also stated that by 2020, 850 public charging stations for electric vehicles will be deployed throughout the country, taking into account the mobility flows and points of major interests and giving some priority Park & ​​Ride stations and car parks.

The Grand Duchy regulation with defining features, technical specifications and general organization of deployment of such fueling infrastructure is being advised by the State Council.




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