Electrive reports that, as per company officials, the number of charging stations is set to reach 1,000 over the next year. Experts at Ionity reported that the 600 charging stations add up to around 3,382 charging points and that 96 charging parks are currently under construction.

By 2025, the company expects to reach over 1,000 charging stations installed and 7,000 charging points in the 24 European states.

Founded in 2017, Ionity is a joint venture from companies such as BMW, Ford, Mercedes-Benz and the Volkswagen Group. Each Ionity power station is able to provide up to 350kW of power for EV drivers that want to charge their cars as fast as possible.

The company's charging stations have been installed along important road networks, such as on highways, near big cities and also across truck-intense roads. Ionity is constantly purchasing its own plots of land, ranging from 500 to 3,000 square meters in size, so that it can install at least 12 charging stations, as well as other facilities, such as cafes and toilets.

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