SWARCO took one step furter to electrify car sharing


In his speech at the opening ceremony, Minister Alexander Bonde (Minister for the Rural Area and Consumer Protection in Baden-Wuerttemberg) underlined the importance of electromobility.

Until the middle of 2015, SWARCO TRAFFIC SYSTEMS will install 50 Park²Power Compact fast charging stations in South Baden. Besides the customers of my-e-car, other e-car drivers will also benefit from the charging stations because the columns can be used by anyone without restrictions – similar to conventional fuel stations.

Payment is based on credit card and NFC technology. Each charging station provides 2 charging points powered by certified green energy from a local hydroelectric power plant.

With “my-e-car” SWARCO TRAFFIC SYSTEMS extends South Baden’s e-charging infrastructure with 100 charging stations and contributes towards a more sustainable future of transport.

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