In cooperation with Allianz, EnBW will in future offer a charging tariff specifically for customers of the insurance group. With a monthly basic fee of 1.99 euro, they can get discounted electricity on EnBW’s own charging infrastructure.
As part of the tariff, charging at EnBW AC charging stations costs 0.38 euro per kilowatt hour (kWh) for Allianz customers. Direct current charging at EnBW fast charging points with a charging capacity of up to 300 kilowatts costs 0.48 euros/kWh. At the charging stations of other operators of the “HyperNetz” EnBW, a kilowatt hour costs 0.45 (AC) or 0.55 euros (DC). When registering, the customer receives a charging card from EnBW to authenticate himself at the charging points; it is also possible to use the EnBW app.
According to the energy company, EnBW currently offers more than 250,000 charging stations in nine European countries. As with the Group’s charging rates, uniform rates apply to all of these charging points. “As one of Germany’s largest insurers, Allianz Versicherungs-AG is a valuable partner for us,” says Timo Sillober, Head of Electromobility at EnBW. “Through this partnership, we are making our charging infrastructure accessible to an even wider group of people.”
According to its own information, EnBW operates Germany’s largest fast charging network with around 700 locations and continues to expand it. Their fast charging locations are mainly located at important road junctions such as motorway interchanges or also in the city center, in the car parks of wholesale and retail chains. “Our nationwide fast charging infrastructure allows our customers to charge flexibly and suitable for everyday use – and now also Allianz customers at a reduced rate,” says Sillober.