Serbia to install 80 chargers along highways by May 2025

The Eastern European nation of Serbia has announced plans to install 80 charging stations for electric vehicles along its motorways by May next year.

Image: Goran Vesic X profile

The tender for the charging stations was carried out by the transport ministry and state-run road operator Putevi Srbije, who plan to install the 80 charging stations at 16 “green oases” at existing rest areas on motorways. Each will facilitate between 5 and 20 charging stations, with a capacity of at least 150 kW, according to Transport Minister Goran Vesic.

By the end of November 2024, the government has set the interim target of building six charging hubs, offering a total of 30 electric vehicle charging stations. Following that, two charging hubs will be installed per month over a five month period up until May 2025.

Serbia has been a bit slower than other European nations with its uptake of public EV infrastructure, but started electrifying its postal service fleet in August 2023, and has multiple battery manufacturers, such as InoBat or ElevenES producing batteries for electric vehicles in the nation.


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