The law of 7 August 2012, which modifies the law modified on 1 August 2007 relating to the organisation of the electricity market, created a legal framework with respect to the responsibilities of network operators and the organisational principles for the implementation of a nationwide public charging infrastructure.

This law also forms the legal basis for the Grand-Ducal regulation of 3 December 2015 relative to the public infrastructure linked to electric transport that defines the functionalities of this infrastructure, the technical specifications, the total number of charging points, the schedule and the general organisation of the deployment by the distribution network operators.

The Grand-Ducal regulation of 3 December 2015 also defines the roles of the distribution network operators within the framework of the deployment of a public infrastructure linked to electric transport within the country, the technical specifications for the public charging stations and the central shared system, as well as the installation of public charging stations.

Grand-Ducal regulation of 3 December 2015 relative to the public electric transport infrastructure (only in French).

Based on the ministerial regulation of 5 February 2016, a general implementation plan was passed that defines both the number of charging stations planned for Park & Ride car parks and the number of charging stations attributed to public car parks or public parking spaces in each municipality.

Ministerial regulation of 5 February 2016 setting out a general implementation plan for the public infrastructure relating to electric transport (only in French).