The fifteen-minute portion of a 400 kilometer cover.
21. November 2018 at 14:58 SITA
Bratislava. Západoslovenská energetica succeeded in the first high-speed rehabilitation station at the Slovnaft recycling station on the R1 road at Budch.
"The start of the trading station for the generating station is scheduled for its members for December this year," said ZSE member, Marian Russia.
Four hundred kilometers
This is the first installing station of this type not only in Slovakia, but also in Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, and Spain. Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Slovenia.
The station has ultra-speed costs allowing motorists to carry faster electric vehicles with a capacity of 350 kilometers.
"Russia will add a fifteen-minute fee to its 400 kilometer electric vehicle cover. The fast-growing station allows charging of all types of electric vehicles to be fast with fast tax bonds.
According to Maroš Šefčovič, Former President of the European Commission, around 150,000 public employment stations are available in the European Union.
Electric cars will rise at an early speed
"We estimate we need at least 800,000 by 2020. A market for electric cars is ugly rally and a close, reliable network of high-quality employment stations is important to customer confidence in the deletion of vehicles that are deleted below and unavailable, "said Soccer Eurocomisar when they were; commissioning of the employment station on R1.
Westminster Energy has rapidly converted a recruiting station under the NEXT-E project, funded by CEF of the European Union (European Union Connecting Facility).
Last year, the project received a $ 18.84 million Intellectual donation project from the European Commission to build 222 fast-track operating stations and 30 ultra-fast operating stations.
Many thanks to the project above, there will be 25 total tax stations, 18 fast recruiting stations and seven ultra-fast spending stations built in Slobhacia. Tax stations should be built by the end of 2020.
E.ON (Western Slovakia), E.ON Czech Republic, E.ON of Hungary, E.ON Romania, MOL, Hrvatska elektroprivreda in Croatia, PETROL in Slovakia with the NEXT project -E. and Croatia and Nissan and BMW.