Laden mit NewMotion Ladekarte an ENBW-Säulen

Laden mit NewMotion Ladekarte an ENBW-Säulen

Beitragvon pmiddeld » Mo 16. Okt 2017, 23:08

In September, I made a trip to the eRUDA in Germany. I charged several times at a ENBW fast charger (CCS). To start charging I used a RFID card from NewMotion. On the charger was written that the costs were 5€ per session. With RFID card it was €0,48/min with a maximum of 5€ it said. Now one month later, I got the bill for these charging sesions: €0,40/min, no limit! With charging around 20 kWh each time it costed me about 13€! I feel really scammed! :twisted: So I recommend to never charge at ENBW chargers with a NewMotion card. Rather use a credit card or Paypal! I've learned my lesson!

Luckily in northern Germany charging was free :)
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Re: Laden mit NewMotion Ladekarte an ENBW-Säulen

Beitragvon mweisEl » Mo 16. Okt 2017, 23:30

pmiddeld hat geschrieben:
20 kWh each time it costed me about 13€!

Welcome to the recently lowered time based prices at EnBW! Unfortunately, 65 Cents/kWh is not too expensive for Germany. Even for AC chargers, you can pay a lot more. Buy cheap Diesel oil :evil:
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Re: Laden mit NewMotion Ladekarte an ENBW-Säulen

Beitragvon pmiddeld » Mo 16. Okt 2017, 23:51

mweisEl hat geschrieben:
pmiddeld hat geschrieben:
20 kWh each time it costed me about 13€!

Welcome to the recently lowered time based prices at EnBW! Unfortunately, 65 Cents/kWh is not too expensive for Germany. Even for AC chargers, you can pay a lot more. Buy cheap Diesel oil :evil:
It's not so much the costs (in Holland you pay also 57 ct/kWh for fast charging). It's that the information on the charger is wrong and misleading.

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Re: Laden mit NewMotion Ladekarte an ENBW-Säulen

Beitragvon LiquidCrystal » Di 17. Okt 2017, 20:43

pmiddeld hat geschrieben:
mweisEl hat geschrieben:
pmiddeld hat geschrieben:
20 kWh each time it costed me about 13€!

Welcome to the recently lowered time based prices at EnBW! Unfortunately, 65 Cents/kWh is not too expensive for Germany. Even for AC chargers, you can pay a lot more. Buy cheap Diesel oil :evil:
It's not so much the costs (in Holland you pay also 57 ct/kWh for fast charging). It's that the information on the charger is wrong and misleading.

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Noone knows our fast charging prices, least of all the owner of the charging station!
The 5€ are only if you pay with credit card. Yes, it's dumb and makes no sense. We're still stuck in 2012, but hopefully, Fastned's expansion to Germany will change some of that...
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