MOL inaugurates green filling station
Hungarian oil and gas company MOL on Thursday inaugurated a more than HUF 300m environmentally-friendly filling station that has a charging station for electric vehicles as well as fuel pumps.
The filling station costs about half as much to operate as conventional stations, MOL’s sales director for Hungary Jeno Horvath Dori said.
The charging station uses technology from ABB.
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