The greater the charging power of the vehicle and the charging station, the faster an electric car is able to charge. The charging power is specified in kilowatts (kW) and depends on various factors. The actual charging power of an electric vehicle varies greatly and always depends on the vehicle type. If an electric car has a maximum charging power of 70 kW, it doesn't matter whether it charges at a 150 kW or 350 kW charging station - it will receive a maximum of 70 kW. There are currently very few vehicles on the market that can actually use a charging power of 350kW. Charging stations with 350 kW are also called High Power Chargers (HPC).