As part of the mobility transition, not only electric cars but also charging stations have undergone an impressive development. Some charging stations are already several years old and are no longer technically up to date. However, simply disposing of them would certainly not be sustainable. What is desirable, however, is a general overhaul and a second life for charging stations, as we have seen with batteries and laptops for some time now.
But how far along are such processes? How exactly does it work? And what challenges are there? We talk about this with Wolfram Cüppers, owner of LADEFIX.
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Dipl.-Ing. Wolfram Cüppers has been self-employed since the end of 2021 with LADEFIX for the installation and operation of fast-charging stations and the trade in refurbished fast-charging stations. He previously worked for BMW for several years.