Dutch National Charging Infrastructure Agenda

Preparing the charging network for electric transport

The Netherlands is facing a large mobility challenge. The Dutch Climate Agreement aspires all new passenger cars to be zero emission by 2030. By then, the Netherlands is expected to have 1.9 million electric passenger vehicles. On top of that there will be electric buses, vans, trucks, inland ships and light electric vehicles. The Netherlands has one of the most dense charging networks in the world and is a European leader in electric driving. The Netherlands is ambitiously aiming to maintain this position, and to extend it for all electric mobility. In order to provide electricity for a growing number of electric vehicles, the availability of charging locations must increase accordingly. The Dutch National Charging Infrastructure Agenda is working to meet this demand.

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  • Goal and strategy

    The Dutch government collaborates with local governments, companies, branch associations and knowledge institutions in public-private partnerships to achieve climate goals. This is how the 2019 Climate Agreement came about, including the Dutch National Charging Infrastructure Agenda.

  • Organisation structure

    Here you will find our organisation structure.

  • Working groups

    The working groups operate independently and have individual purposes and goals. They report progress to the steering committee.

  • Logistics

    The Dutch government is stimulating the electrification of delivery vans and trucks by developing 30-40 zero emission zones for city distribution in major Dutch cities only accessible with zero emission vehicles.

  • Infographics

    Here you will find some infographics explaining the work of several working groups.

  • Documents

    Here you will find reports, handbooks, brochures, infographics available for download.

  • Calendar

    Here you will find an overview of events.

  • NAL Regions

    The Netherlands is divided in NAL Regions, working on the regional charging network for electric transport.

  • Collaboration Partners

    An overview of our collaboration partners: stakeholders, knowledge institutions and branche organisations.

  • Read more

    Here you will find an overview of other resources and websites.

  • Press

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