Sustainability is a high priority for #teamnutz. We see resource-saving mobility as an essential aspect of the mobility revolution. We not only have expert knowledge in the construction of hydrogen filling stations, but also use our expertise in the planning and installation of suitable vehicle charging stations. For charging stations on private property, a KfW (German Development Bank) subsidy can be applied for.
Planning and advice
We naturally also take care of the verification and registration with the energy suppliers.
Initially, the available power and infrastructure needs to be examined in order to find out which charging station is most suitable. Some of the car charging station manufacturers are ABL, Mennekes or PCE. Next, we can clarify the details, such as whether a system with or without load management is required, whether authentication via RFID readers is needed and whether the stations have to comply with calibration regulations.
What does calibration-compliant mean?
Since April 1st, 2019, according to the Measurement and Calibration Act (MessEG), the Measurement and Calibration Ordinance (MessEV) and the Price Indication Ordinance (PAngV), electric power at public charging stations in Germany may only be invoiced in compliance with calibration law.
Charging that conforms to calibration law means that the billing form of each charging station is uniform according to kWh. The measurement data records for each individual charging process are permanently stored and the billing can be checked for authenticity at any time.