A motoring enthusiast from Lower Silesia has proved the old adage of turning water into wine after converting an old Fiat 126p he bought for 1 PLN into a sparkling modern electric car for 6,000 PLN (1,300 EUR).
The number of electric cars in Poland exceeded 20,000 in 2020, with nearly half of them being registered last year.
The Polish government has chosen Jaworzno, in the southern industrial region of Silesia, as the site for the country's first electric vehicle factory.
German automotive company Mercedes-Benz will launch the production of electric car batteries at its plant in the Polish south-western town of Jawor in October
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.
In this episode of the Debrief, we put the show into fifth gear as we hurtle towards the future of electric cars in Poland…
The hub will give people a central point where they can access various types of shared transport, whether it be scooters, mopeds, bicycles and even cars.
TFN visited FSO Syrena to find out how a car from 1955 is the inspiration behind a brand-new new electric vehicle.
The investment which is being covered by LG Chem, private investors and the European Investment Bank, who have lent 480 million EUR for the project, will manufacture advanced lithium-ion cells and batteries for battery-powered electric vehicles and create 1,800 new jobs.