Free E-Mobi Car Charging Ends In Hungary

  • 28 Apr 2020 8:35 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Free E-Mobi Car Charging Ends In Hungary
Free charging of electric cars at 336 e-Mobi charging ports will end at the end of April, e-Mobi owner Mobiliti announced on Monday.

Beginning May 1, the same fees will be applied at e-Mobi charging stations as at those of Mobiliti. The company plans to launch monthly passes which entitles holders to reduced prices at charging.

Together, Mobiliti and e-Mobi have nearly 500 charging ports in Hungary.

Budapest and northern Hungary electricity distribution company Elmű-Émász charges Ft 99 per kW at its electric car charging ports. For the traditional use of electricity, households have to pay Ft 37.54 per kW.

Ionity, which operates fast-charging stations at motorways, sells a kW for Ft 280.

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