Elektromotive wins gov’t contract for 300 e-car charging stations

Elektromotive Hungária, the Hungarian partner company of France’s DBT, has won a public procurement contract in Hungary for building more than 300 electric charging stations over the next three years, DBT announced Monday evening. DBT, traded at the Paris stock exchange, is the European leader in fast-charging stations for electric vehicles.
Elektromotive wins gov’t contract for 300 e-car charging stations
Hungary’s Public Procurement and Supply Directorate (KEF) announced the result of the tender, which calls for installing 100 charging stations this year and more than 300 in total, on Monday.

In the statement, DBT recalls that its charging stations are compatible with all electric vehicles sold in Europe. The 50 kW stations allow charging times of less than 30 minutes.

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