Fastned starts limited issue of certificates of sharesFastned, that is building a European network of fast charging stations for electric cars, has started a limited issue of certificates of shares to finance new stations in The Netherlands and abroad. And gets a listing at the new European stock exchange Nxchange.
Tesla drivers can now fast-charge at FastnedFastned, that is building a pan-European network of fast charging stations where all electric cars can charge, will add Tesla adaptors at all of its 50 stations in the Netherlands within the next month. The adaptors allow Tesla drivers to quickly recharge their car and continue their journey. The 50 Fastned locations are a big step up from the current 7 Tesla superchargers in the Netherlands. With these new locations Tesla drivers no longer have to make detours to fast-charge their car.
Fastned and Nissan expand their partnershipAmsterdam, 5 January 2016. Fastned and Nissan intensify their partnership. As of today, every new Nissan LEAF and ENV-200 will include four years of unlimited fast charging at Fastned. It marks the start of the era of cheap and green electric mobility. With a nationwide network of 50 fast charging stations Nissan drivers no longer have to think about cost and range. In the near future, they are also welcome at Fastned stations in cities and other countries.
Fastned expands network into the cityToday Fastned announces a partnership with the municipality of The Hague for the construction of five fast-charging stations in The Hague city. This is the first step for Fastned to expand its network of fast-charging stations to urban locations. Fastned and the municipality respond to the needs of the electric car driver to fast charge anywhere. The Hague predicts a rapid growth of electric cars and signed an agreement with Fastned for the construction of five fast-charging stations in the c...
Fastned starts partnership with NissanFastned has joined forces with Nissan to offer two years of free unlimited fast charging with each new Nissan LEAF. The new LEAF will be available starting january with a 30 kWh battery. The larger range of 250 km, together with unlimited fast charging give the electric driver freedom throughout The Netherlands.
Fastned joins the race for fastest chargingFastned has committed itself to install the fastest chargers at all charging stations as soon as these will become available. In preparation Fastned is already making sure that all locations have grid connections of at least 630 kVa available. Earlier this week a next generation of EV’s was announced at the IAA in Frankfurt. These EV’s such as the Audi E-Tron Quattro and the Porsche Mission-E will be able to charge at speeds of up to 1500 km/h (300kW). For drivers this implies charging their ...
Fastned offers shareholders lifetime free chargingStarting today, the Dutch company Fastned offers their shareholders the unique benefit of free fast-charging at all Fastned stations for the rest of their life. For this purpose the fast growing company today launched the Fastned Founders Club. Investors that purchase more than 2500 certificates of shares of Fastned of 10 euro apiece automatically become a member of this club and can immediately start charging for free. Joining the Founders Club is a unique and once in a lifetime opportunity ...
Fastned to sell nationwide, superfast charging like mobile telephonyFastned, a fast growing startup which is building a nationwide network of 200 fast charging stations along Dutch highways, has introduced price plans which are very similar to mobile telephony. Fastned now offers unlimited fast charging for 100 euro per month, fast charging for 35ct/kWh based on a monthly fee of 12 euros, and charging per kWh for incidental customers. All price plans are based on charging at 50 kW, 100% solar and wind power, multiple chargers per station and free Wifi at all ...
Fastned get's EU-support to roll out fast charging stations in GermanyThe European Union has allocated a EUR 2 million subsidy to Fastned to support the construction of a corridor of fast charging stations for EV’s along major highways of Northern Europe. The corridor consists of 155 locations in four countries of which Fastned has committed to construct 94 in Germany and the Netherlands. Fastned has previously indicated to look into international expansion and is very happy to now get financial support from the European Union to realise her plans.
Fastned IPO on July 9thFastned, the company that is rolling out a nationwide network of fast-charging stations for electric cars in the Netherlands, has announced the date of her IPO: July 9th 2014. Yesterday, the prospectus was approved by the Dutch Financial Markets Authority (AFM) and from today, it is available on the websites of Fastned and NPEX - the SME stock exchange where Fastned will get listed. In the first tranche Fastned will issue circa 400,000 certificates of shares at 10 Euro apiece. During the pre-...
Fastned accelerates roll-out with a 2.5 million Euro loanFastned has secured a 2.5 million Euro loan from Flowfund to accelerate the roll-out of fast charging stations for electric vehicles. Fastned is building a nationwide network of fast charging stations along Dutch highways and announced in May that it is planning an IPO via SME-exchange NPEX. With the Flowfund loan Fastned can increase the pace of constructruction to one station per week even before going public this summer.
Fastned goes public and chooses NPEXFastned, the company that builds a nationwide network of fast-charging stations for electric cars in the Netherlands, has announced that it is preparing to go public – and has chosen NPEX for its listing. Fastned aims to raise EUR 40m to finance 201 fast-charging stations along the Dutch highways. The listing is planned for June, but those who are interested can pre subscribe now through the Fastned website. The date of the emission is still dependent on the timely approval of the prospectus ...
Fastned entwickelt ein europäisches Ladenetzwerk von überdachten Schnellladestationen, an denen alle Elektroautos aufladen können. Das Unternehmen baut und betreibt die Standorte mit mehreren Ladegeräten, an denen Elektroautos in nur 20 Minuten aufladen können, entlang vielbefahrener Autobahnen. Das ermöglicht es Fahrerinnen und Fahrern, mit ihren Elektroautos durch ganz Europa zu reisen. Fastned betreibt derzeit 69 Ladestationen (davon zwei 350 kW Stationen) in den Niederlanden und eröffnet dieses Jahr die ersten Stationen in Deutschland. In den kommenden Jahren wird das Netzwerk auf weitere europäische Länder ausgeweitet. Momentan bereitet Fastned den Bau von Schnellladestationen in Deutschland, Großbritannien und Belgien vor. Die Aktien von Fastned sind an der Börse Nxchange notiert.
Die Umsetzung eines solchen europäischen Schnellladenetzwerkes ist eine Reaktion auf die schnell wachsende Zahl von reinen Elektroautos. Automobilhersteller wie investieren Milliarden von Euro in die Entwicklung und Produktionskapazität von reinen Elektrofahrzeugen. Mit der steigenden Zahl von Elektroautos steigt auch die Nachfrage nach qualitativer Ladeinfrastruktur. Fastned reagiert auf diese Nachfrage mit dem Bau der „Tankstelle der Zukunft“. Mitbegründer und CEO Michiel Langezaal: „Wir sind die Shell der Zukunft, aber unsere Energie kommt von der Sonne und dem Wind.“