Exactly 112 years from the day when Zagreb received electricity, Mayor Milan Bandic and HEP CEO Frane Barbarić launched 100 with a demonstration of charging an electric car in King Tomislav Square. ELEN filling station. It is part of HEP's project to build an infrastructure for electric vehicles in Croatia, which has created a breakthrough in the electrification of Croatia's capital and transport sector.
Mayor Bandic thanked HEP's team for 10. opened an electric charging station in Zagreb and pointed out that charging electric cars in the city is still free and that there is currently no intention to charge.
With today's event, the Croatian Electricity Company is confirmed as a key entity in the electrification of transport in the Republic of Croatia, which we carry out in accordance with the guidelines of the Government of the Republic of Croatia and the policies of the European Union, said Frane Barbarić and stressed that he was bottling plants all over Croatia, from Goričani in the north to Dubrovnik in the south, from Umag in the west to Vukovar in the east. This year alone, we have installed even 50 filling stations, which is more than one filling station per week, concluded Barbarić and thanked the Mayor of Zagreb for his excellent cooperation and support.
One hundred HEP filling stations are co-financed by the EAST-E EU project as part of which HEP will install a total of 27 multi-standard rapid charging plants of 50 kW. At the site of King Tomislav Square, HEP has installed a total of three charging stations - two rapid 50 kW charging stations as part of the EAST-E project and one fast ELEN 22 kW charging station. At each of the three charging stations it is possible to charge two cars at the same time; the charging stations have standardized connections for all available models of electric vehicles on the market.