A gas station is located right next to the German Autobahn outside Munich. Another gas station is right in the middle of the Bavarian capital near the famous Isartor. They represent two very different scenarios, both of which are addressed by Siemens Power Technologies International in their e-mobility offer to gas station operators.
In one EV charging business model, followed by Tesla in Germany, the gas station operator simply collects rent in exchange for making a certain area available for the EV manufacturer to install and operate charging infrastructure.
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