In the Norwegian city of Nebbenes, 65 km from Oslo, the world’s largest charging station for all types of modern electric vehicles was opened. It is part of Fortum’s Charge & Drive network, which was developed in collaboration with Tesla. Of the 28 charging points – 4 quick-charge capacity of 50 kW, another 4 medium-fast charging capacity of 22 kW and 20 “supercharter” Tesla.
According to representatives of Fortum, the “charging” corridors between large Norwegian cities and Nebbenes are already being created, which will be a significant addition to the existing charging points in Oslo, Lillichammer and Elverum.
This year in Norway , 160 charging stations have been installed, and by the end of the year such points will be located every 60 km on the sections of Oslo-Trondheim, Oslo-Bergen, Oslo-Christiansenne, Christiansen-Stavanger and Stavanger-Bergen.
The opening of the charging station took place in Nebbene on September 1. Fast charge costs 0.31 dollars per minute. Payment can be made using SMS-messages, RFID-tags or through a special application.