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Charging infrastructure electric vehicle

Expanding charging infrastructure with siticom's partner ecosystem and expertise.


In order to achieve the goals set by the federal government for the charging infrastructure, the expansion must be driven forward. In order for the political target of one million publicly accessible charging points to be achieved by 2030, a significant increase in the annual expansion is necessary. It is estimated that around 100,000 additional charging points will have to be built annually from 2020.


In the public and publicly accessible area, there are further hurdles for the installers and operators of charging stations.


The federal government expresses itself on this in the charging infrastructure master plan of the federal government / BMVI. In the report it is pointed out that the federal states are asked to check whether additions or changes to the building regulations regarding charging infrastructure-conducive specifications and the relevant fire protection regulations are possible and sensible. The Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Home Affairs will also examine the extent to which changes in federal law can facilitate and promote the development of charging infrastructure.


The municipalities are asked to examine how the approval processes for new charging infrastructure and the corresponding network expansion can be accelerated.


Thanks to locations and project offices spread across Germany, siticom has a list with a comprehensive partner ecosystem in the infrastructure area. Trustful cooperation through long-term cooperation - including large-scale broadband expansion in many federal states - enables regional resources to be used quickly and smoothly under the direction of the siticom contact person on site.



  • Basic investigation for example, rough planning of the location to determine profitability

  • Planning in the public, publicly accessible and private areas

  • Construction project management such as electrical and structural implementation of the locations

  • Rollout control to ensure the smooth and timely execution of all trades

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