The first public electric vehicle charging station was installed and commissioned in the capital of Montenegro - the city of Podgorica.
A charging station for electric vehicles was installed in the city center, near the Administration building at the intersection of Negoseva and Vucedolsk streets, and is the first of three planned in Podgorica. In the first year, charging of electric cars will be free for everyone.
Electric cars have been traveling on the roads of the world for about ten years and they are no longer a rarity on the streets of Montenegro. According to the latest data, 106 electric vehicles are registered in Montenegro.
“By the end of October, two more recharging stations for electric cars will be installed in Podgorica, and by the end of the year a total of eleven electric recharging stations will be installed in Montenegro. Creating an easily accessible infrastructure is a prerequisite for the transition to electric cars, as solutions for electrification and electronic mobility are key factors in reducing emissions of CO2 (carbon dioxide) into the atmosphere. The transport sector accounts for almost a quarter of global emissions of harmful gases, so this is an area where changes are necessary and possible,” said Daniela Gasparikova, UN Resident Representative in Montenegro.
It is also worth noting that by the end of October in the Montenegrin cities of Budva, Bijelo-Polje, Kolasin, Cetinje and Zabljak, in cooperation with the municipalities, it is planned to establish eight more stations for charging electric cars.
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