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New rules for a public charging point register in Austria

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The increasing use of electric vehicles (EVs) in Austria means the supporting infrastructure requires constant development. The Austrian federal government program 2020-2024 envisages expanding the Austrian network of charging points for alternative fuels as an essential pillar of its drive towards implementing sustainable mobility solutions. In September 2020, the Austrian government followed through with its agenda by proposing the Austrian Renewable Energy Expansion Act (Erneuerbaren- Ausbau-Gesetz, EAG), which includes an amendment of the Austrian Act on Uniform Standards for Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Developments (Bundesgesetz zur Festlegung einheitlicher Standards beim Infrastrukturaufbau für alternative Kraftstoffe, BGFS).

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Thomas Hamerl
Thomas Hamerl
Partner
Attorney-at-law for Infrastructure Projects & Public Private Partnerships
Vienna
Georg Gutfleisch
Georg Gutfleisch
Attorney-at-law
Vienna