Now, nearly 200 charging stations provide many options for EV drivers
Warsaw – GreenWay Polska just launched its 100th, electric vehicle fast charging station into service. The charger is located at Galeria Mlociny in Warsaw, and is co-located with 7 AC charging stations, to form a charging ‘hub’ where numerous drivers can recharge simultaneously. This brings to 182 the total number of charging stations in the GreenWay network, the largest network of EV charging stations in the region.
Like all of the fast chargers in the GreenWay network, the 100th charger is a multistandard fast charging station equipped with three different connector types – Chademo, CCS, and Type 2, capable of supporting almost all of the vehicles available on the market today.
„Providing the possibility to charge electric vehicles quickly while they are on their journey is very important for our users, and its why we’re so focused on building out our fast charger network,” said Rafał Czyżewski, President of GreenWay Polska, „We will continue to expand the number of fast chargers, while also providing other types of chraging options, to meet the needs of the growing EV driver market in Poland.”
The GreenWay network of EV charging stations map is available here.
The GreenWay network is co-financed by the Innovation & Networks Executive Agency (INEA) of the European Commission through the Connecting Europe Facility financing mechanism and a loan from the European Investment Bank’s InnovFin program. GreenWay is the first company in Central & Eastern Europe to be recognized by the InnovFin mechanism.
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