First charger for electric vehicles on Serbian motorway introduced

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July 20, 2017






July 20, 2017





The first charger for electric vehicles on a motorway in Serbia has been introduced on the toll station Preševo, on the border with Macedonia, the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure announced.

This is the first of five chargers which will be installed soon, the Ministry said, adding that all them are the latest generation and provide also free Wi-Fi internet connection.

In the next few days, the second charger is expected to be installed on the toll station Šid, on the border with Croatia.

The third charger will be installed on the Corridor 10 next week, on the toll station Bubanj potok near Belgrade.

In August two more chargers are to be installed at the station Dimitrovgrad, on the border with Bulgaria, as well as at the station Subotica South, on the border with Hungary.

Up to three vehicles can charge simultaneously at one charging station.

Recently, six chargers have been introduced at public smart parking lot in downtown Belgrade.

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