Revealed today, the new electric cars from ElectroMobility Poland features state-of-the-art technology, are capable of reaching 0 to 100 km/hr in less than eight seconds, can go up to 400 km on a single charge, and users can “communicate” with the vehicles using either apps, LCD touchscreens or their voice.
The Tauron Group is to build a 5-MW photovoltaic farm at the site of the former Jaworzno I Power Station, in southern Poland, the firm has announced in a press release.
The construction of Poland's first electric car plant will cost PLN 2 bln (EUR 466 mln), PAP was told by Piotr Zaremba, CEO of special-purpose company ElectroMobility Poland (EMP). As many as 17 potential locations are being taken into account, Zaremba added.
The Polish Electricity Association (PKEE) is organising a series of conferences on the proposed power market in various European capitals, and the first event was held in Madrid on Tuesday.