The energy company EnBW has put a new large-scale site for electric cars near Rostock-Kavelstorf into operation. In the future, the trip to the Baltic Sea can be easily combined with charging the electric car, because EnBW has put another fast-charging park into operation in Rostock-Kavelstorf. The location is located in the street Zur Radewiese in the immediate vicinity of the motorway junction A19 / A20 and joins the Germany-wide EnBW fast charging network.The new charging park in Rostock-Kavelstorf is equipped with 16 state-of-the-art fast charging points and can be upgraded to a number of 24 charging points if required. Drivers can charge the electric car here with a charging power of up to 300 kilowatts. This enables a fresh range of up to 400 kilometers at a 20-minute charging stop. Travellers can thus drive from Rostock-Kavelstorf along the coast to Bremerhaven or to the north, to neighbouring Copenhagen. In addition, the fast-charging park includes a modern canopy that not only protects e-car drivers from the weather: The built-in photovoltaic system enables EnBW to generate solar energy and feed it directly into the charging park.From the rising registration figures for electric cars in Germany, EnBW derives a total demand of 130,000 to 150,000 fast-charging points by the end of the decade. In order to meet this number, the energy company is consistently consolidating its fast-charging infrastructure. With over 800 locations, EnBW is already the operator of the largest fast-charging network in Germany. It has even set up a total of 1,000 locations. All locations that are not yet in operation can be used as soon as the grid connection has been made. By 2025, there will already be 2,500 EnBW fast-charging locations in Germany.