Ionity aims to charge Europe

Ionity, a grouping of car makers including the likes of BMW, Daimler, Ford and VW, is looking to build a pan-European network of 400 fast-charging stations for electric vehicles by 2020. The first batch of 20 charging stations are slated to open before the year-end in Austria, Germany, Norway via alliances with OMV, Tank & Rast and Circle K.

The network will use the standard European Combined Charging System to reduce charging times compared to existing systems. Ionity says a brand-agnostic approach and Europe-wide distribution is aimed at helping make electrified vehicles more appealing.

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