Vattenfall InCharge and the NH Hotel Group have agreed on a cooperation to set up and operate public fast-charging stations at almost 50 hotel locations all over Germany. The installations will be ready end of 2024.Vattenfall wants to enable fossil-free living within one generation and electrified transports are important to make this happen. The cooperation with NH Hotel Group, one of the leading city hotel chains in Germany, is a significant step towards expanding public charging and making charging easier as electrical vehicles are becoming more popular.The accessible fast-chargers consist of 180 KW charging points. The charging points will be supplied exclusively with electricity from fossil free energy sources. In addition, Vattenfall will build four to eight AC charging points for each hotel for extended overnight charging for hotel guests.The stations will be part of the growing Vattenfall InCharge network across Northern Europe. InCharge currently has 40,000 charge points connected to the network, and provides access to many times more through roaming partners.NH Hotel Group is a consolidated multinational company and a leading operator of city hotels in Europe and America. Since 2019, the company has partnered with Minor Hotels and is present in over 50 countries worldwide. Together, the two groups have a portfolio of over 500 hotels spread across eight brands: NH Hotels, NH Collection, nhow, Tivoli, Anantara, Avani, Elewana and Oaks.