As of March 2020, Germany had 27,730 charging stations, according to BDEW, the country’s energy-industry association. To achieve mass EV adoption, the country will need at least 70,000 charging stations, including 7,000 DC fast-charging stations, according to the association.
While mandating electric-car charging at gas stations is an admirable target, a number of charging-network executives in the United States have said that gas stations aren’t a good model for charging stations.
In Britain, charging stations outnumber gas stations as of last year. In the U.S. (and we would assume Germany), there’s progress to be made.
SOURCE: GREEN CAR REPORTS