The European Parliament has reached an interim agreement with the European Council on charging and hydrogen refueling stations across Europe. Rule, until 2026 throughout the TEN-T network charging station every 60 kilometers says it will. For those who don’t know, TEN-T includes highways, roads, ports and trains connecting all parts of the Old Continent. EU’s ambitious transport network project.
Council and Parliament must ensure that each charging station has at least 400kW charging power should present and To increase this to 600kW by 2028 decided. On the other hand, trucks and buses will have charging stations every 120 km and will be on half of the main EU roads by 2028.
For hydrogen stations, the Council and Parliament agreed to have one every 200 km by 2031 and only along the core TEN-T network.
In fact, this is still a preliminary decision and before the plan goes into effect It has to be ratified by the committee of all 27 EU member states. The Transport and Tourism Commission will also have a say in this.