Your partner for charging infrastructure

We see ourselves as an independent enabler of the mobility transition with a focus on upgrading commercial properties with fast-charging stations for electric vehicles. For property owners, we coordinate the entire process, from the negotiation of the terms and contracts to selecting the right investor and charge point operator (CPO), up to the commissioning of the charging station.

We support the contracting parties throughout the entire process. We coordinate the interests of all parties involved and take on the organizational and administrative work involved in implementing a modern and economically attractive charging solution in publicly accessible areas.

We promise

Performance features

effort reduction

We accompany the entire process and manage the relevant experts for you for the planning, implementation and operation of your charging location

Tailor-made solutions

We respond to your needs. Your specific wishes, the local conditions and our expertise result in a customized concept

Best conditions

We negotiate attractive conditions for you and represent your interests from the initiation to the commissioning of the charging location.

Our specialty

Fast-charging solutions

The number of electric car registrations is rising. More and more companies are converting their vehicle fleets to electric vehicles. The EU bans the sale of combustion engines in cars from 2035.
nexus property partners supports the mobility transition by developing individual electrification and charging solutions for property owners. The solutions we provide are both tailored to your specific location requirements and designed to be future-proof.

Charging stations for electric vehicles are generally divided into slower AC charging stations and faster DC charging stations.

AC charging stations work with alternating current, which must first be converted into direct current in the vehicle before it can be absorbed by the battery. Conventional AC charging stations have a charging capacity of 4.6 kW to 22 kW, which means that a charging time of between 1 and 4.5 hours is required to charge 100 km of range*. These charging stations are therefore mainly used at locations with a longer dwell time (e.g. private parking spaces, employee parking spaces, public parking spaces).

The more powerful DC charging stations, on the other hand, work with direct current, which makes it possible to bypass the vehicle’s internal inverter during the charging process. DC charging stations have a higher charging capacity of at least 22 kW to over 350 kW. This means that significantly shorter charging times of around 4 to 8 minutes can be achieved for charging a range of 100 km. Due to the fast charging speed, such charging stations are primarily predestined for locations with shorter dwell times (e.g. at supermarkets, near retail outlets, on highways, near restaurants). Within the DC charging stations, a distinction is made between fast charging stations (50-150 kW) and ultra-fast HPC charging stations (High-Power Charger, >150 kW), depending on the charging power.

Note: The time figures are based on charging a battery between 20% and 80% of the maximum capacity and an assumed power consumption of the electric vehicle of 21 kWh/100 km. These are potential values that depend on the actual charging power of the electric vehicles, the charging cables installed and the available grid connection power.

Our task

We arrange

  • Fast and ultra-fast charging solutions for electric vehicles

  • Attractive and competitive lease conditions

  • Holistically thought-out complete solutions

  • Charging infrastructure with or without personal investment

  • External investors & charge point operators

  • Long-term leases (up to 30 years)

  • Specialized tax and legal experts

Advantages of a

Charging station (at your location)

  • Location enhancement by increasing customer attractiveness

  • Increase in sales potential (increased frequency, longer stays, extended services)

  • Securing locational advantages through differentiation from competing locations in the surrounding area

  • Tenant loyalty and improved conditions for attracting new tenants

  • Additional sources of income via long-term leases or direct charging income

  • Value enhancement through additional rental income and implementation of ESG factors

  • Improved starting position in bank discussions, when refinancing or selling a property

  • Comply with legal requirements in good time (GEIG*)

  • Image boost through an active contribution and sustainable participation in promoting the mobility transition

* The Gebäude-Elektromobilitäts-Infrastruktur-Gesetz (GEIG) is a law that has been in force since March 2021 and is intended to accelerate the expansion of the charging infrastructure for electromobility in the German real estate space. With a few exceptions, owners and developers of residential and non-residential buildings are obliged to equip larger parking spaces with a cable infrastructure and charging points to facilitate the charging of electric vehicles at home, at work or when running everyday errands. Source:: GEIG – Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Klimaschutz (BMWK); GEIG – Bundesministerium der Justiz.