Eleport launches EV charging hub in Lithuania – Charged EVs


Estonia-based EV charging infrastructure developer Eleport has launched a charging hub in Kaunas, Lithuania.

The 20 charging stations installed during the first phase of the project include 12 DC and 8 AC chargers, serving up to 40 EVs simultaneously. Eleport plans to add another 20 stations, bringing the charging capacity up to 3 MW and the total investment in the site to €1 million.

“The EV community in Lithuania is growing, with a 50% increase in electric cars over the past two years. However, it’s still a niche market. Projects like this one by Eleport are crucial in encouraging more people to switch to electric vehicles,” said EU Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius.

Eleport plans to invest over €20 million this year and more than €100 million in the coming years across its primary markets in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Poland. By the end of this year, Eleport aims to operate over 1,350 charging points.

Source: Eleport

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