Hungarian Oil Company Opens 14 New E-Car Charging Stations

  • 27 Jan 2021 2:35 PM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Hungarian Oil Company Opens 14 New E-Car Charging Stations
MOL has opened 14 new electric car charging stations, the energy company announced on Tuesday.

MOL now operates 71 charging stations, of which six are superchargers capable of recharging a car in 30 minutes.

Mobile app MOL Plugee has accumulated 5,000 clients since its launch last year.

MOL is part of a consortium that is building an e-car charger network in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary and Romania with the help of funding from the EU’s “Next-e” scheme.

The development projects will not be stopped after the completion of the Next-e programme, and, according to plans, 10% or some 200 MOL filling stations will have electric car chargers by the end of 2021, said the head of MOL’s alternative fuels division Róbert Tóth-Fekete.

MOL has opened 14 new electric car charging stations, the energy company announced on Tuesday.

MOL now operates 71 charging stations, of which six are superchargers capable of recharging a car in 30 minutes. Mobile app MOL Plugee has accumulated 5,000 clients since its launch last year.

MOL is part of a consortium that is building an e-car charger network in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary and Romania with the help of funding from the EU’s “Next-e” scheme.

The development projects will not be stopped after the completion of the Next-e programme, and, according to plans, 10% or some 200 MOL filling stations will have electric car chargers by the end of 2021, said the head of MOL’s alternative fuels division Róbert Tóth-Fekete.

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