E.ON Energie Romania has opened three new stations for fast charging of electric cars, through the NEXT-E project, in several locations at the outskirts of Bucharest.
The locations of the new stations are in the perimeter of the Otopeni Airport, respectively on DN 1 Bucharest – Ploiesti (within the MOL gas stations located at km 13, the direction to Ploiesti and km 127 towards Bucharest), respectively in the premises of Bavaria Cars (BMW dealer) Militari – the exit direction to the A1 Bucharest – Piteşti highway (Iuliu Maniu Boulevard no. 592).
The representatives of E.ON Romania mention that the Municipality of Bucharest and, in general, the Capital area is a central transport point, all the more since about 70% of the total number of electric cars registered in Romania are found in this area, according to Agerpres.
The three charging stations in the Capital area have a maximum power of 93 kW, so the average charging time of an electric car will be about 40 minutes for 80% of the battery. Also, in each site there are two parking places with fast charging stations installed of 2×50 kW (DC) + 1×43 kW (AC).