Audi Brussels adds new electric vehicle charging stations in employee parking lots around the plant

Audi Brussels will be commissioning the 34 new electrical vehicle charging points for employees in mid-March in employee parking lots around the Audi site in Brussels. The number of charging facilities of the company will now stand at 66.

From mid-March onwards, employees will have new charging stations, each equipped with 2 charging points in the company car park and in the parking lots around the plant. The charging stations will be powered by certified green electricity. This green energy will be sourced from Belgian wind turbines, in addition to the 107,000 m² of solar panels on the factory roofs of Audi Brussels. This further expansion of the existing charging stations is intended to encourage employees to switch over to electric vehicles, and represents another step by Audi Brussels towards CO2-neutral premium mobility.

The charging stations will also be continuously monitored in future, to assess the possible further expansion of the charging infrastructure if so required. An RFID card will be used for the charging process. The company has exclusively reserved parking spaces with charging points for electric vehicles owned by employees.