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PKN Orlen now has some 45 EV charging sites at petrol stations in Poland.



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Leading Polish fuel retailers PKN Orlen is expanding its service station network with a view to increasing the availability of alternative fuels. Four new fast EV charging stations have been added to the network, with more to follow soon.

The company has also developed ORLEN Charge – an app designed to help electric car owners to plan journey and travel.

“We predict a bright future for alternative fuels, therefore we are consistently pursuing the project to roll out fast charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in Poland. We want our efforts to help raise public awareness of low-emission transport,”said Jarosław Dybowski, Executive Director of PKN ORLEN for Energy.

The chargers deployed at PKN Orlen service stations are equipped with DC connectors (CHAdeMO, CCS) and AC Type 2 connectors, accommodating all types of electric vehicles available globally. Charging remains free at this point.

In the Czech Republic, where the charging infrastructure is being developed in partnership with the CEZ Group and E.ON, EV chargers are available at 21 Benzina stations.

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