Greece to get a remarkable 100,000 e-vehicle charging stations leading the climate crisis fight


Greece is set to have more than 100,000 e-vehicle charging stations by 2030  said the President of the Hellenic Institute of Electric Vehicles (ELINHO)  Giorgos Ageridis on Tuesday.

The remarkable figure, translates to approximately 1 charging station for every 100 residents!

There are currently 2,120 e-vehicle charging stations in Greece with 4,890 charging points according to Ageridis.

Speaking at an event titled 'Energy storage & charging infrastructures for e-mobility', Ageridis added that by 2025 these charging points will become 13,000 and by 2030 there will be more than 100,000 of them.

Some 617 energy storage licences have so far been issued in Greece, said Ioannis Charalambidis, Regulatory Authority for Energy, Waste & Water (RAEWW) Director for RES & Storage. A large share of energy production in Greece is photovoltaics, he added.

This event was organised by the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce & Industry, in the context of a visit by German energy businesses.



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