Schuko is meant for using small appliances and is suitable for temporary charging of EVs. It is not recommended for long-term use. The charging power with Schuko outlet is very limited.
Type2 is an EU standard in charging and the most common plug used today. Type2 is used for AC charging and is most commonly used in cases where your car is parked for a few hours such as when visiting shopping malls, workplaces or residential buildings. Charging speeds via Type2 are much higher than compared to your usual wall socket, but is mostly determined by the vehicle itself.
CCS is an European standard for quick charging. CCS plug gives power out as direct current (DC) which means the charging power is significantly higher. CCS plugs are usually found along highways where the stop for charging is kept in minimum to allow smooth journey.
CHAdeMO is a Japanese standard for quick charging. Usually quick chargers are equipped with both CHAdeMO and CCS plugs to allow maximum compatibility.