Fastned opens first station in Amsterdam
Today, fast charging company Fastned opens its first fast charging station in Amsterdam on the Foodstrip at the Holendrecht A2/A9 junction. Hundreds of electric cars can be charged per day at this station. The scalable design allows more fast chargers to be added in the future, providing the electric driver with the best possible service.
“I am very happy with this new station in Amsterdam, a city that is leading the way with electric mobility and has the ambition to have only electric cars in the city from 2030 onwards. The station is located on the busy traffic arteries A2 and A9 and during a short charging stop there is also plenty of choice in terms of food and drinks. By building stations in the city, we give electric drivers even more freedom. This way we are making it easier for people to switch to an electric car.”
For the location in question, Fastned partnered with real estate developer Caransa Group B.V.
“We are very happy with the arrival of Fastned. The fast charging station with energy from sun and wind contributes to our sustainability strategy and it is an extra service for our visitors who drive electric. We expect that electric drivers will visit the Foodstrip more often. During the charging session they also have the opportunity to visit one of our restaurants on the Foodstrip. The restaurants will be happy with the extra customers.”
Fastned's mission is to give freedom to the electric driver and accelerate the transition to electric driving. That is why Fastned is building a European network of a thousand fast charging stations. Here, electric drivers can add up to 200 km range in 15 minutes with electricity from the sun and wind. Fastned has 115 fast charging stations in the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom. All stations are open to the public 24/7. Anyone can pay with a charge card or with a debit or credit card via the Fastned app. Fastned is listed on Euronext Amsterdam (ticker AMS: FAST). More information: fastnedcharging.com