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Serbia builds 10 new charging stations for electric vehicles

27 september 2021

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During the past months, Serbia has registered a good tourist season for the electric car charging stations located on the section of transport corridor 10, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Ekapija.com. As a result, the country aims to expand its free network of chargers for the next summer.

 

 

According to the Serbian Ministry of Environmental Protection, about 4000 electric and hybrid vehicles are in operation in the country. The Balkan state has eight installed charging stations for electric vehicles. Three of them have a capacity of over 175 kW for ultra-fast charging and are located in Belgrade and Nis. The other five stations are installed in the towns of Subotica, Sid, Dimitrovgrad, Presevo and the rest area in Boljkovci.

 

Next year, Serbia plans to build ten more charging devices on level A roads, which have high intensity of vehicle traffic. The purpose is the stations to be free of charge so that the country could attract even more tourists from abroad.

 

Source of images: pexels.com

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