Austria is well positioned when it comes to e-mobility. This is made clear by a new study looking at the range of shipping options in various European countries.
In times of climate crisis, many people are considering switching from petrol to electric motors. However, in this regard, most people have one concern: Is there enough load capacity at all? After all, moving to an electronic mobile phone shouldn’t make your life any more difficult.
A new study from Savoo addresses this very concern. In it, experts evaluated the number of charging stations for electric vehicles in various European countries. With the surprising result: ‘Little Austria’ in particular is in the lead.
European countries in comparison
With a total of 6,573 charging stations for a population of 9,006,398, Austria has the equivalent of 72.98 charging stations per 100,000 inhabitants. This puts us in second place in the European comparison. The Netherlands remains the undisputed winner in Europe with 41,223 charging stations for 17,134,872 inhabitants (240.58 charging stations per 100,000 inhabitants).
Right behind Austria, Belgium (69.66 freight stations per 100,000 inhabitants) and Switzerland (69.35 freight stations per 100,000 inhabitants) rank third and fourth in the European ranking. Our neighbor Germany is surprisingly behind with about half the number of charging stations (34.05 per 100,000 inhabitants) as Austria in seventh place.
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