EE: 97 fast charging stations operational in Estonia.

By bne IntelliNews November 14, 2012
97 of 163 planned fast charging stations for electric vehicles are operational in Estonia, Estonian foundation Kredex announced. The rest of the charging points will be operational by the end of the year. Jarmo Tuisk, manager of the electric mobility program at Kredex said that the program is being implemented in line with expectations, yet there were some delays while obtaining construction permissions. Criss Uudam, project manager at ABB said that the Estonian network is the world's largest EV charging network. The security G4S will be in charge of maintenance and supervision of the network. As of now there are 99 purchase grant applications submitted to Kredex, of which 80 were granted.
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