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E.ON, MOL to build fast charging stations in Romania

E.ON Energie Romania is partnering with MOL Romania to roll out 40 fast charging stations in the country.

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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Daniel Infante Tuaño

Set to be completed by December 2020, MOL and E.ON will install 21 and 19 chargers respectively in MOL service stations and key routes: Arad-Bucureşti-Constanţa, Sebeş-Târgu Mureş-Iaşi, and Suceava-Bucureşti-Giurgiu.

Acccording to a company release, the initiative is part of NEXT-E, a project which aims to develop a pan-European electric vehicle charging infrastructure for six countries such as Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, and Romania.

NEXT-E will build 222 standard fast charging stations (50 kW) and 30 ultra-fast charging stations (150-350 kW) thanks to the 18.84 million-euro financial support from the European Commission and the participation of a consortium of companies within the E.ON Group (Zapadoslovenská energetika Slovakia, E.ON Czech Republic, E.ON Hungary, E.ON Romania), MOL Group companies (represented by subsidiaries in all six participating countries) , Hrvatska elekropriveda Croatia PETROL (Slovenia and Croatia), Nissan, and BMW.

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