RIGA - Joint-stock energy provider Latvenergo, under its subsidiary Elektrum, plans to open at least 84 charging stations for electric cars by 2021, LETA was informed by Latvenergo spokeswoman Ivita Bidere.
A year ago, with the opening of three electric car charging stations, Latvenergo started a pilot project to evaluate the business opportunities in electric car charging and offered the most modern charging facilities in the country, which operate on commercial principles.
Charging stations where customers are offered green energy produced at Latvener...
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