Denmark has a proactive approach to the development of electric vehicles infrastructure.

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Denmark has a proactive approach to the development of green transport infrastructure. There are plenty of public charging stations for electric vehicles, which e-drivers can find on the road of Denmark.

The EU Connecting Europe Facility CEF program in 2017 granted the two major electric mobility companies operating in Denmark CLEVER and E.ON.

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CLEVER, Danish e-mobility provider, was founded in 2009, is owned by the energy groups SEAS-NVE and NRGi, and has a total of 1500 charging points in Denmark.
E.ON Danmark A/S is European electric utility was founded in 2000 and is based in Frederiksberg, Denmark.
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E.ON Denmark is 100% owned by E.ON Sweden AB

This September, the first of some 180 charging stations along the route opened in Fredericia, Denmark, built by Clever in partnership with E.On. Clever’s electric vehicle charging stations will stand at every 120–180 kilometers with between two and six charge points at each.
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Over the next couple of years, eight charging stations will build in Denmark. COBE’s design for the ultra-fast charging station is based on a green rethink of the conventional petrol station. The station takes the form of a series of structural ‘trees’, with ‘crowns’ that filter light and shade.
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CleanCharge Solutions has set up Denmark’s fastest electric vehicle charger in a P-house. The charging station has been set up in cooperation with By&Havn, as part of the EnergyLab Nordhavn project.

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The charging station is available to all, either through direct payment, by scanning the QR code at the charging point or by subscription, which can be obtained from CleanCharge Solution. The charging stations can also be used by foreigners, which visit Denmark via the Roaming Service “Intercharge” from Hubject. The P-house Lüders is located in Helsinkigade 30, 2150 Nordhavn.
eCharge.io is a Swiss company that installing charging stations at hotels, offices, shopping malls, parking lots and other customer-friendly locations. eCharge.io stations can charge both EC (up to 20 kilowatts) and DC (up to 150 kilowatts).
The stations is able to charge vehicles in less than 15 minutes. Echarge.work provides to the hotels eCharging stations, including installation, electricity and backend support. In return, eCharge.io locks in exclusive vendor partnerships with these hotels.
eCharge.work is the app based e-mobility platform, makes recharging electric vehicles very simple. E-drivers can download the app eCharge.work and have a look where nearest eCharge station. For payments, e-drivers can utilize RFID payment with eCharge.work membership cards, crypto ETH, Dash, or Credit Card.
Siemens has signed a three-year contract with Danish transport agency Movia to deliver charging stations for eBuses in Denmark. Siemens supplies high-power charging stations for eBuses, rated at levels 150kW, 300kW and 450kW. Siemens technology is already deployed on bus routes in Hamburg, Stockholm and Gothenburg, Drammen and Oslo, and Montreal.
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Selected bus terminals are equipped with charging stations providing the necessary power to the eBuses via a top-down pantograph inversely mounted to a mast. The charging process initiated when the eBus arrives on the charging mast and a Wi-Fi communication is established. In order to charge the batteries, the bus stops underneath the charging mast. As soon as the driver has activated the hand brake, the charging process start automatically and the four-pole pantograph connects with the bus.
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The charging time could take between 4 to 6 minutes during the scheduled waiting time at a bus stop. The charging infrastructure can be used by several buses per hour, and will accommodate buses from different manufacturers.
By August 2018, 1 station from Ionity were open in Denmark, with 6 chargers on it, with 350 kW via the Combined Charging System. The hight power system is compatible with older systems and CCS vehicles with lower charging power such as 50, 80 or 150 kW.
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IONITY plans to have put 400 fast charging stations in place across Europe by 2020.
The government of Denmark is freezing the registration tax on electric vehicles at 20% of the level imposed on cars with internal combustion engines either until 1 January 2019 or until 5,000 additional electric cars are registered if sooner. The phased increase in the tax on electric cars is still to be introduced, but will now only rise to 40% from 2019, less a flat sum of €1,345. For 2020, the tax rate will be 65% and for 2021 it will be 90% with the reinstatement full registration tax to follow in 2022.