Energa-Operator to build nearly 280 charging stations for electric cars

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Poland's electricity provider Energa-Operator, in cooperation with local governments, will build approximately 280 charging stations for electric vehicles in Poland, Energa has said in a press release.

The building of the first charging stations is set to start in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Energa-Operator will implement this type of investment in eight cities: Gdynia (10 charging stations) and Gdansk (69), both port cities on the Baltic coast of Poland; Koszalin, in northwestern Poland (27); Elblag, in northern Poland (27); Plock (between 23 and 26) and Wloclawek (29) in central Poland; Torun, in north-central Poland (46); and Olsztyn, in northeastern Poland (47).

All stations will be equipped with two charging points.