EnBW is connecting Lembeck (Dorsten) to EnBW fast-charging network with eight additional fast-charging points. The major site is optimally connected to the A31 motorway, which allows travellers to pass through between the North Sea and North Rhine-Westphalia.The charging park is equipped with eight state-of-the-art fast charging points, so-called High Power Chargers (HPC). With an output of 300 kilowatts, the HPC charging points correspond to the highest power class. E-car drivers can thus charge fresh range of up to 400 kilometers during a 20-minute charging stop. From Lembeck-Dorsten, travellers with the fresh range can reach numerous destinations in the republic, such as Bremerhaven, Erfurt or Mannheim. The new charging park includes modern roofing with built-in photovoltaic system, which feeds solar energy directly into the circulation of the charging park.In addition to the fast-charging park in Lembeck (Dorsten), EnBW has already put three other major sites on highly frequented long-distance routes into operation this year: in Rüdersdorf on the A4, near Rostock-Kavelstorf near the A19/A20 motorway junction and in Könnern on the A14.EnBW operates Germany's largest fast-charging network for electric cars with currently over 800 locations and has already set up 1,000 locations. Motorists can charge at locations that are not yet in operation as soon as the local grid operator has connected them to the power grid. By 2025, EnBW customers will be able to charge at 2,500 fast-charging locations.