I can promise you I'll give you information as soon as we run the service of one-time payment for recharging in the network of our stations.
Subject: Re: CEZ EV charging network. Tourist Access ?
I don’t want to take out a monthly contract for a 1 day visit. So as it is now tourists with an EV are unable to visit the Czech Republic.
On 11. Jan 2018, at 07:59, Schreier Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear Mr. VJW,
Thank you for your interest in our services!
To use the network of charging stations of CEZ Group - you must be our customer. After signing of contract for services Electromobility (you can download it in English here http://www.elektromobilita.cz/cs/jak-se ... nikem.html
) you´ll receive a chip to activate the charging stations. This service costs CZK 450,- per month (EUR 18,-) for unlimited charging.
Contract and the chip you can receive by mail or you can pick up them at the ČEZ Customer centre in Prague, Plzeň, Mladá Boleslav, Hradec Králové, Ostrava, in ČEZ Point Liberec or ČEZ Point Hradec Králové.
This year we´ll prepare the possibility of one-time payment for recharging in the network of our stations and website in English.
The CEZ Group has also started a new web portal which presents an updated map with details about charging stations (http://www.elektromobilita.cz/cs/mapa-d ... tanic.html
Our public stations for fast charging are equipped with DC connectors operating on CHAdeMO and CCS charging standards which allow for a charging process with output up to 50 kW. Also AC charging is available with a standard Mennekes connector (socket) which allows for a charging process with output up to 22 kW. With this AC charging standard, the process of charging takes 1-3 hours. The DC charging with 50 kW capacity is much faster and enables charging of 80% of the accumulator capacity in 20 to 30 minutes. Input voltage is 400 V AC, 50 Hz. Output voltage 400 V AC (Mennekes) / to 500 V DC (CHAdeMO and CCS), output current 0-125 A DC depending on the type of a charged vehicle and the phase of charging (i.e. current state of battery recharging - the recharging current decreases with the increasing battery charge).
Charging an electric vehicle quickly and rushing on through the Czech Republic to neighboring countries will soon be more comfortable.
Last year, ČEZ obtained resources for the construction of fast-charging infrastructure for electric vehicles for the first time (the "EV Fast Charging Backbone Network Central Europe"), resulting thus far in the commissioning of a total of 7 fast-charging stations (on the D0, D1 and D8 motorways). Dozens of other charging stations are in the preparatory phase and they will be constructed this year and in 2018.
Apart from these locations, ČEZ has been continuously building stations from its own resources - this year, about 10 stations (both fast-charging and normal stations) has been already commissioned or will be commissioned in the near future.
Another 63 new public fast-charging stations for electric vehicles will be built at major roads across Czechia. The stations, enabling charging of most standard-capacity batteries within less than half an hour, will be built during 2017-2020 by ČEZ Electromobility with the aid of a CEF grant. The grant was recently finally confirmed by the signing of the grant agreement by the European Commission, specifically by INEA, its Innovation and Networks Executive Agency.
We hope you will be satisfied with our new services and become our customer.
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