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Calibration law for charging stations

Are your charging stations calibrated in accordance with the law?

We offer the know-how to operate your charging stations according to the legal requirements

For this, we offer you two options

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With our eMobility pioneer
Martin Klässner

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Learn everything about the subject of legally calibrated charging stations

What do the calibration regulations mean for your e-charging stations?

Those who charge their electric cars at German charging stations do not know, in many cases, exactly how the invoice is made. In order to ensure transparent billing in the future, the Regulations Committee of Enquiry (REA) has established uniform requirements for the acquisition of measured values. This has resulted in a uniform regulations framework throughout Germany. Operators of charging devices are now required to also implement these calibration requirements technically.

Our experts on the subject of calibration and Electromobility

Martin Klässner

Martin Klässner is the CEO of has·to·be. As deputy chairman, he leads the Working Group 1 of the legal framework section of the Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy, for the evaluation of charging infrastructure with regard to the conversion to systems complying with calibration laws.

Dr. Katharina Vera Boesche

Since 2009, Katharina Vera Boesche has been advising the Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy as well as numerous companies in the legal aspects of Electromobility. Her expertise in legal advice lies in the legally compliant equipping of charging infrastructure based on the requirements to be met, in particular the measurement and calibration regulations as well as energy law, the electricity tax law and the data privacy law.

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Free Whitepaper: charging station calibration compliance with the legal requirements in Germany

This whitepaper describes the current situation regarding calibration regulations in Germany and the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which came into force in May 2018. Get an overview of how you should design your infrastructure in accordance with the law and at the same time comply with the General Data Protection Regulations.

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