Government plans to invest CZK 16.45bn towards charging stations

Published: 04.05.2021 Related countries:  New Zealand New Zealand, Australia Australia

Up to 500,000 electric vehicles, 1,200 electric buses and up to 35,000 charging points should be operated in the Czech Republic by 2030.

Between 2021 and 2027, CZK 16.45bn should go towards charging and filling infrastructure, including procurement of alternatively powered vehicles by public transit operators, regions, and municipalities. The funding should come from the EU funds and national sources administered by the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade (MPO), the Czech Ministry of Transport, the Czech Ministry of Regional Development, and the Czech Ministry of the Environment. According to the National Clean Mobility Plan, up to 500,000 electric vehicles, 1,200 electric buses and up to 35,000 charging points should be operated in the Czech Republic by 2030. With Minister of Trade and Industry Karel Havlíček (for ANO) in attendance, ČEZ has commissioned the 300th charging point, this time in Nymburk.  

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