Conformity of Calibration Law for Charging Stations (Eichrechtskonformität)

Evolving Calibration Law for German Market Entry

The number of charging stations is constantly increasing. However, operators of these stations in Germany are currently subject to new legislation. The calibration law applies to charging stations since April 2020. This involves, among other things, providing clients with information on the pricing of a kilowatt hour (kWh), how much electrical energy they are drawing, and how long the charging process takes via the charging station display. Violations of the calibration Law and the charging station regulation both have maximum fines of €50k each.

During the webinar “Conformity of Calibration Law for Charging Stations (Eichrechtskonformität)” NMi and TÜV Rheinland experts share insight on successfully launching and operating charging stations in the market.

Discussion points include:

  • Identification of market requirements
  • Considerations for market entry
  • Importance of legal metrology compliance for charging stations

Expert speakers:

Jurij Gerdes: Expert EV Charging Systems, Energy Storage Systems and PV-Inverter, TÜV Rheinland
Henri Schouten: Senior Expert, Testing and Certification Institute NMI
Anna Bührmann: Market Access Service Expert, TÜV Rheinland

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