Hungarian oil company MOL has launched a car sharing service in Budapest, deploying 300 VW Up cars – among them one third electric-powered. The group says that it plans to extend the car sharing network in Budapest and beyond later on.
In this context, MOL adds that in future it seeks to “eventually operate a fully electric fleet in line with the development of EV infrastructure in Hungary and the CEE region.”
Just a few days ago, Hungarian energy provider NKM National Utilities announced to erect 100 new charging stations across the country in the next months. In order to do so, NKM teams up with Finish Fortum Charge & Drive to use the latter’s cloud-based SaaS solution to manage and operate the charging infrastructure.
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