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Ionity CEO Michael Hajesch claims that they had secured contracts for about 95 per cent of the planned locations by now. According to the executive, rapid progress in network expansion can be expected “in the next 30 days”. from this article,
Ionity reports progress of high power charging - electrive.com
 

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Thanks Jeff, I started that thread but wondered if it’s time for a new one as things have moved on.
 

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This goes back to 2016 so they haven't exactly moved quickly, but as their EVs were slow to market too, I guess makes sense?

BLIMEY BMW, Ford, VW and others to create vast European EV charging network

From their map, they say they are currently building two in UK. At a fixed price of £8 a charge, you need to close to empty in most EVs to get good value. They don't support the majority of EVs on road today in UK either as CCS only. That will obviously change over time as more CCS cars are sold.
 
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