Charging infrastructure -It’s time to expand it! 

In recent years, electromobility has been gaining popularity in Poland, but the introduction of new regulations on the transport market by the European Union may accelerate this process.

Reducing CO2 emissions from cars and vans by 100% by 2035 is a landmark step in the fight against global warming. This means that in less than 13 years we will not be able to buy a new car with an internal combustion engine, except for vehicles powered by e-fuels.

Poland is one of the countries that most delay the implementation of electromobility. 🇵🇱 However, the introduction of new regulations by the European Union may persuade Polish government to accelerate the process of electrification of transport. One of the most important elements of the development of electromobility are charging points. According to the new regulations, charging points of at least 400 kW will have to be deployed every 60 km of the TEN-T network. This means that Poland still needs to significantly increase the number of charging stations to meet the requirements of the European Union.

However, the introduction of new regulations will not only accelerate the development of electromobility, but will also contribute to the improvement of air quality and the health of residents. Cars with internal combustion engines are the main sources of air pollution, and their elimination will significantly reduce harmful emissions.

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