Sales of electric cars in Poland increases
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The electromobility counter in Poland exceeded 40,000 vehicles, and since the beginning of this year the number of new registrations has increased by over 70% compared to the corresponding period of 2021, reported the Warsaw Business Journal.
Cars, mainly passenger cars and small vans, are bought by entrepreneurs from small and medium-sized companies (SMEs), using subsidies, incl. as part of the 'My Electrician' program.
"Polish fleets will be more and more electrified. According to our polls, over 60% of fleet companies of them are considering introducing electric vehicles into their fleets in the next 2-3 years, and the number of EVs connected to the Webfleet telematics platform has doubled over the past year," said Agnieszka Szwaj, Poland & EE marketing manager at Webfleet Solutions.
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