Free charging for electric cars in three malls


September 1, 2015





September 1, 2015




City Center One introduced chargers for electric vehicles in garages of its two shopping centres in Zagreb and one in Split. Citizens can plug in for free using radio frequency identification (RFID). The plan is to allow access by SMS message or by an application for mobile devices, in collaboration with the telecommunications services provider T-HT, the mall operator said. The process lasts up to two hours and an identity card can be obtained at the info office, according to information on City Center One’s website.

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