Oct 15, 2018 - 05:46 pm

Belarus to install over 1,300 EV charging stations

The network expansion depends on demand for electric vehicles in the country


The government of Belarus is planning to set up a national network of electric car charging stations. Details on the first phase have just been published and project the installation of 431 charging station by 2021 in phase one of three.

The overall strategy has been outlined until the year 2030. By then, the Eastern European country may boost a total of 1,304 charging stations. This depends on the development of the electric vehicle market in Belarus.

The first phase of development with said 431 charging stations will be implemented by 2021. The stations will be set up in the capital of Minsk and along highways. We had reported on this phase before, saying that local company Belorusneft had been charged with installing the network beginning this year.

The second stage is set between 2022 and 2025, given the number of electric vehicles in Belarus exceeds 10,000 by that time. If demand subsequently increases to 25,000 electric cars in the country, the third stage will run from 2026 to 2030 and raise the number of charging stations in Belarus to over 1,300 units.



Ein Kommentar zu “Belarus to install over 1,300 EV charging stations

  1. Paul GOVAN

    What percentage of the Belarus population live in houses with dtiveways/off-road parking ?
    It’s always difficult to find statistics as to what % of any country’s inhabitants live in houses versus apartments aka flats. My travel-based etc guesstimate worldwide would be circa 35% in houses, 65% in apartments.

    Paul G

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