Milence CEO outlines European truck charging roadmap

The charging collaborative by Volvo, Daimler and Traton is taking solid steps on its zero-emission journey. By Chris Eyte

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) estimates there will be 270,000 battery electric medium-duty and heavy-duty vehicles operating in Europe by 2030. These zero-emission trucks will need 40,000 to 50,000 heavy-duty vehicle charging points by then, each with an output between 350kW to 500kW. Despite these operating needs, the charging infrastructure for battery-electric trucks is currently “almost completely lacking.”

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