Poland: PGE plans to set up 1,500 charging points by 2022


The Polish energy company Polska Grupa Energetyczna has issued plans to construct 1,500 charging points for EVs by 2022. The first 50 will be installed before the end of the current year.

PGE is currently already operating EV charging stations in Łódź and Warsaw. In Siedlce the company is running an additional pilot programme designed to test the charging infrastructure of medium-size cities. Here they also plan to test car-sharing programmes. The Polska Grupa Energetyczna is one of the largest national energy companies, and have 40% market ownership of conventional electrical generation for which they own about 30% of sales to end customers. Their current renewable energy production is only 12%, however. The company has been listed at the Warsaw stock exchange since 2009., (In Polish)


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