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SPP expands charging stations network in Slovakia

The largest energy supplier in Slovakia SPP opened two new charging stations for electric cars with three charging points in its premises at Moldavska cesta 12 in Košice.

With a power of 30 and 60 kilowatts (kW), they serve not only SPP customers but thanks to their convenient location, they can also be used by the general public.

“We consider the launch of new charging stations to be a further intensification of the perception of the SPP brand as a new player in the field of public charging of electric cars,” said the Chairman of the Board and CEO of SPP, Vojtech Ferencz. “We are currently focusing mainly on the development of the internal charging infrastructure for our vehicle fleet, which will also serve not only our customers but also the general public. In addition, we are also working on an ambitious plan for the development of fast charging stations, which will be located on the main corridors of the road network in Slovakia.”

The company continues with the next phase of construction of 33 charging stations, with at least two charging points in its premises throughout Slovakia. This means that by 2025, thanks to SPP, at least 66 new charging stations for electric vehicles will be created in the country.

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