In Europe, national governments’ have largely supported the adoption of Electric Vehicles (EV) in a bid to reduce CO2 emissions in the transport sector through the adoption of alternative fuels. Moreover, several countries offer incentives to promote, including registration tax benefits, ownership tax benefits, purchase subsidies, and other financial benefits as well.
Still, access to well-located and affordable charging infrastructure is crucial for the growth of the EV market. Several companies are investing in this charging infrastructure to support Europe’s transition to e-mobility. Based out of Amsterdam, Fastned is building a nationwide network of fast-charging stations in the Netherlands, enabling electric drivers to travel throughout the Netherlands.