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By Markus Adam

ISBN-10: 3319448838

ISBN-13: 9783319448831

This ebook tackles the matter of the inadequate and dear charging infrastructure in Germany. It assesses the inability of charging infrastructure for electrical cars in regards to regulatory and festival legislations, in addition to fiscal points. The felony strategies proposed the following may finally serve to provide e-motorists round the nation hugely effective and low-priced charging options.

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25 EnWG, and Supercharger can therefore not be defined as customer facilities within the meaning of § 3 no. 24a or 24b EnWG. References ADAC (2013) ADAC Autotest BMW i3. pdf. Accessed 07 July 2016 Bartsch M (2002) In: Bartsch M, Röhling A, Salje P, Scholz U (eds) Stromwirtschaft – Ein Praxishandbuch. Carl Heymanns Verlag, Köln BDEW (2008) MeteringCode 2006. pdf. Accessed 07 July 2016 Boesche KV (2013) Energiewirtschafts- und kartellrechtliche Einordnung der Ladeinfrastruktur und Auswirkungen des Ergebnisses, Unterkapitel 1 - Kriterien der Anforderungen an einen diskriminierungsfreien Zugang zur Ladeinfrastruktur.

Distribution system operators are defined in § 3 Nr. ” This definition is supported by the definition in § 3 no. 16 EnWG, according to which an energy supply system is defined as a electricity supply system (or gas supply system) through one or more voltage (or pressure) levels, however, with the exception of customer facilities pursuant to § 3 no. 24a and 24b EnWG, see § 3 no. 16 EnWG. The EnWG surprises to the extent that, although there are numerous definitions of terms in § 3 of the Energy Act, no definition of this very central and important term of electricity supply system is given.

But does the lack of an explicit definition warrant an exception to the energy regulation? In light of the legal requirements for customer facilities, that need in particular to grant third party network access free of charge, it appears, a fortiori, at least doubtful, to want to exclude publicly accessible charging stations from energy regulation. e. 43 Both the Directive 2009/72/EC and the EnWG provide a definition of the final customer, see Art. 1 pt. 9 Directive 2009/72/EC, or the final consumer, see § 3 no.

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