Flanders, Belgium, is about to become a whole lot friendlier to EV drivers. Fastned, a growing charging network operator, plans to add 13 new highway fast charging stations to its network.
The new stations, featuring charging levels up to 350 kW, will be constructed at current highway parking facilities throughout the Flemish provinces of Limburg, Brabant and Antwerp. They’re part of a 15-year agreement Fastned reached with road agency Agentschap Wegen & Verkeer.
This move will further extend Fastned’s reach, which already includes 114 fast charging stations dispersed throughout Germany, the Netherlands and the UK. Like All of the company’s stations are open to customers 24/7, and accept payments using either the Fastned app or a credit card.