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    Electromobility

    Charging network ranking for Europe

    The A value

    The A value indicates the attractiveness of the charging network in the respective country. The evaluation shows how many publicly accessible charging points are available in a country in relation to the total number of passenger cars (gasoline, diesel, electric and others). The more public charging points there are, the more attractive it is for consumers to switch to electric drive.

    Charging network ranking Europe by A-value

    Rank Country Charging points Total* Car/CP
        Q1 2021    
    1 Netherlands 82,263 8,938,572 109
    2 Norway 19,119 2,816,038 147
    3 Sweden 13,854 4,887,904 353
    4 Luxemburg 1,131 426,346 377
    5 Belgium 11,222 5,813,776 518
    6 Island 490 269,825 551
    7 Switzerland 8,042 4,623,952 575
    8 Austria 8,480 5,039,548 594
    9 France 45,990 33,020,000 718
    10 Denmark 3,647 2,651,726 727
             
      Average:      
      EU + GB + EFTA 321,074 284,659,366 887
    11 Finnland 3,757 3,574,570 951
    12 Germany 47.076 47.715.977 1,014
    13 United Kingdom 33,832 35,168,259 1,039
    14 Slowenia 1,076 1,165,371 1,083
    15 Portugal  3,311 5,282,970 1,596
    16 Ireland  1,324 2,117,463 1,599
    17 Hungary 2,103 3,812,013 1,813
    18 Slowakia 1,254 2,321,608 1,851
    19 Estonia 395 794,926 2,012
    20 Kroatia 854 1,724,900 2,020
    21 Italy 17,397 39,545,232 2,273
    22 Latvia 291 727,164 2,499
    23 Spain 8,020 25,008,216 3,118
    24 Malta 96 305,941 3,187
    25 Czechia 1,309 5,989,538 4,576
    26 Poland 3,157 23,698,718 7,507
    27 Bulgaria 372 2,829,946 7,607
    28 Cyprus 69 550,695 7,981
    29 Lithuania 174 1,498,688 8,613
    30 Romania 655 6,902,984 10,539
    31 Greece 314 5,406,551 17,218

    *1. Januar 2020

    Quelle: EAFO, Nationale Registrationsstellen