Applying for a public charger
Can I apply for a public charge point in my city or town? This differs per municipality....
A single-phase charger uses a standard 230V connection and has 16A or 32A current per socket. The maximum charging power per socket is then 7.4kW (16A gives you 3.7kW). Such a single-phase connection is the minimum everyone has, so you certainly have one too!
A 3-phase charger uses 3x400V (power current) and has 16A or 32A power per socket. The maximum charging power per socket is then 22kW (16A gives you 11kW). If you do not have a 3-phase connection, in most cases you can request an extension from your network operator. The name and telephone number of your grid operator can often be found on your grid meter. Not there? No problem, you can find your grid operator immediately using your postcode.