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Varga inaugurates Hungarian e-vehicle charging station

Automotive

Hungary’s Minister of National Economy, Mihály Varga, yesterday inaugurated an electric vehicle charging station that is located in Budapest and was developed and made within Hungary, according to reports.

Varga charges an electric car at the new station yesterday. (Photo: MTI/János Marjai) 

Ten local SMEs developed and manufactured the charging station in cooperation with the Budapest University of Technology & Economics. The station is capable of charging a car in just 15-20 minutes, the Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

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