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Montenegro gets 3 public e-chargers, 11 more planned

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July 19, 2019

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The cities of Tivat, Cetinje, and Pljevlja now have Montenegro’s first public e-chargers, for which the technical solution was developed by telecommunication company Crnogorski Telekom, the company said on its website.

The first of the 3 public e-chargers in Montenegro was installed in March this year, at the Sveti Stefan island, part of the luxury resort Aman Sveti Stefan owned by Adriatic Properties. The electric vehicle (EV) charger was set up by Crnogorski Telekom.

The installation of 3 e-chargers represents an extension of the Crnogorski Telekom e-Mobility program

The e-charger in Tivat was installed in the parking lot on Arsenalska Street in cooperation with parking operator Parking Servis Tivat. The one in Cetinje is owned by the Konak restaurant, while the two EV chargers in Pljevlja were provided by the Taša restaurant.

According to Crnogorski Telekom, Montenegro will soon get 11 more e-chargers. Setting up 3 e-chargers in these cities represents an extension of the Crnogorski Telekom e-Mobility program to enable users of EVs to get to every part of Montenegro with their vehicle.

Apart from the installation of EV chargers, Telekom also offers software for user registration, remote e-charging management, statistics, monitoring, charging service

Tourists driving electric cars can now include Montenegro in their Mediterranean tours, said Vuk Vukašinović, expert for the development of software products at Crnogorski Telekom.

The e-chargers are available to all citizens, while information about their locations is available through both iOS and Android PlugSurfing applications, as well as on https://www.plugsurfing.com/map. Apart from the installation of EV chargers, Crnogorski Telekom also offers software for user registration, remote e-charging management, statistics, and monitoring, and, if necessary, charging service.

Last week, Croatia’s state power utility Hrvatska Elektroprivreda (HEP) deployed 16 EV chargers along highways, which will enable electric car drivers to travel from the borders with Slovenia and Hungary to the Adriatic Sea.

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