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Energa plans to build over 1,000 EV charging stations by 2030

Energa Obrót’s, part of Polish energy company Orlen Group, is planning to build over 1,000 charging stations for electric vehicles by the end of the decade. Currently, the company manages 353 public electric car charging stations, which means over 700 charging points.

One of the most important elements of the company’s transformation program is the e-Tank project, which expects to have 1,800 charging points installed by 2030. By 2050, Energa Obrót has an even more ambitious target to build 10,000 charging points, in line with the strategy of Orlen.

As part of these investments, Energa Obrót also plans to modernise part of the current electromobility infrastructure. Selected slow charging stations will be converted into high-power stations. Moreover, the company is taking steps to find instruments enabling preferential financing of the planned investment.

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