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EU regulation states that all publicly accessible charge stations with an output power of 50kW or higher must provide a payment terminal for direct payments. Several CPOs have opposed this decision since this would not be necessary for all stations and because of the additional costs. The following recurring costs are associated with a payment terminal.
What are the yearly costs associated with the addition of a payment terminal to your charge station?
The average public 50kW DC charge station sells 15.000kWh per year. Given the recurring costs of a payment terminal calculated in the previous question and given an average charge rate of ~€0.50 per kWh, by how much does the CPO needs to increase the charging price to break even on the payment terminal costs?