Eesti Energia to install charging at Norfa supermarkets in Lithuania

Enefit Volt, the EV charging arm of Estonia's state-owned energy company Eesti Energia, has been commissioned by the Lithuanian supermarket chain Norfa to install a total of 250 charging stations, each with two connections, at 107 Norfa locations across Lithuania.

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Enefit Volt says its Lithuanian charging infrastructure project should be completed by the end of 2024. Charging points will be provided with a mix of AC and DC chargers with outputs of 22 to 320 kW. At least two stations with four connections and at least one fast charger should be installed in each of the 107 Norfa supermarket car parks.

The whole project is being fully financed by Enefit. The charging infrastructure provider has said it aims to invest over €10 million in charging infrastructure in Lithuania over the next two years . Aljona Jakovleva, Commercial Manager at Enefit Volt, explained that the deployment of fast and ultra-fast chargers is partly possible thanks to the various subsidies Enefit has received. One of these is the Connecting Europe Facility, or CEF, received last year and this year. 

Eesti Energia currently operates almost 200 public charging points in Estonia through its subsidiary Enefit Volt and plans to expand to Latvia, Lithuania and Poland in the coming year. In Lithuania alone, Enefit plans to have more than 1,000 charging stations by 2026.


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