Hungary could welcome 150 EV charging stations
Approximately 150 charging stations for electric vehicles could be set up in Hungary in the coming year, in addition to the existing 39, National Economy Minister Mihály Varga said at an exhibition on e-transport on Saturday.
The minister said he supports the idea that will require shopping centers with big car parks to install charging stations, adding that allowing electric vehicles to use bus lanes and park for free could also provide an incentive for their use.
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