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39,000 EVs in operation in Hungary

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Already 19,000 fully electric and 20,000 rechargeable hybrids, or a total of 39,000 green license plates, have been put into operation in Hungary.

Within 10 years, their number could increase tenfold, E.ON Hungária Group revealed at a professional event, according to profitline.hu.

Purely electric cars covered 42 million kilometers in 2020 with electricity from the domestic public charging grid.

In the case of conventional autos, a kilometer costs about HUF 35; with an EV, it is only HUF 9. Some eight out of 10 drivers would switch to an EV if they could charge it at work.

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