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Charging in Germany

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Lycanthrope, Jul 14, 2014.

  1. Lycanthrope

    Lycanthrope Member

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    Hi Folks

    I need to go to Germany on Friday - Sank Goarhausen to be exact - and I was planning to divert to the Wilnsdorf Supercharger both on the way and on the return trip. However, I now see that it's going to add around 90 minutes to the journey each way, which is quite an overhead.

    I do see a lot of other charging options in the Koblenz area, but they're all listed as "for members only", does anyone have any ideas on this?

    Operator RWE
    Phone number Members only
    Website http://www.essent.nl
    Update on 29/04/2014
    Access times Open 24/24
    Up until now, my Tesla Lovetoload card has worked everywhere in BE and NL, will it work in DE?

    Cheers, Dave
     
  2. ManuVince

    ManuVince Member

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    I'm not quite sure your card will work. Just create yourself an account with PlugSurfing (Just Charge - PlugSurfing - Welcome). They accept payment from any country and it will work with any RWE charging point.
     
  3. Hans Noordsij

    Hans Noordsij Active Member

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    As fas as I can see you can use the 22 kW at Bad Neuenahr.

    I don't know from where you start and what your range is. But I guess that you can also charge at the destination, maybe only 220 volt. Have a nice trip.
     

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