TotalEnergies fast-charging stations at the Nürburgring


The Nürburgring and TotalEnergies have entered into a pioneering partnership for the expansion of electromobility. As an official e-mobility partner, TotalEnergies Charging Solutions Deutschland GmbH is building and operating an extensive charging infrastructure at the Nürburgring, including access roads, paths and parking spaces for electric vehicles. For the start of the season, the existing charging infrastructure has now been supplemented by two fast charging points on the B 258, directly opposite the centrally located info°center of the Nürburgring.

At the four high-power charging points (HPC) with a charging capacity of 150 to 300 kW, drivers can charge their electric cars for up to a further 300 kilometers within 30 minutes. In a further expansion stage, a roof will also be installed to ensure convenient use even in the rain.
The new fast-charging stations complement the existing AC charging infrastructure at the Nürburgring, which was also installed by TotalEnergies. A total of 18 charging points are already available at various locations such as the Nürburgring parking garage below the ring°boulevard, in the parking garage of the Nürburgring Congress Hotel as well as at the Nürburgring Motorsport Hotel and in the Nürburgring Ferienpark.
Jan Petersen, Managing Director of TotalEnergies Charging Solutions Germany: "The cooperation with the Nürburgring underlines our strategic commitment to the expansion of electromobility in Germany. As part of an international multi-energy company, we are a strong partner and, in addition to investment and construction, we also ensure the ongoing operation, maintenance and servicing of the charging infrastructure at the site."

With this cooperation, TotalEnergies is consolidating its role as an important player in the field of electromobility. In September 2023, the company was awarded the contract for the construction and operation of 1,100 fast-charging points nationwide as part of the tender for the German network. In February 2024, it was awarded the contract for a further 166 fast-charging points along freeways. The company currently operates a network of over 5,000 charging points in Germany.

Christian Stephani, Managing Director of Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. KG: "The Nürburgring stands for performance and mobility and their development like hardly any other location in Germany. That is why it is important to us that we can offer our visitors, overnight guests and those passing through a strong charging offer. In addition to the AC charging points, the fast-charging stations that have now been put into operation are the next step in making our charging infrastructure even more attractive. The collaboration with TotalEnergies has been an absolute partnership."