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Nov 28, 2023 16:16 EEST
November 28 (SeeNews) - Eldrive Romania, a subsidiary of Bulgaria's Eldrive, said that it switched on an electric vehicle (EV) charging hub at Romania's largest mall, AFI Cotroceni in Bucharest.
A total of 13 charging points were put into operation at the hub where twenty cars can simultaneously charge, Eldrive Romania said in a press release on Monday.
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The maximum charging power is 150 kW, while the minimum is 22 kW.
"AFI Cotroceni is among the pioneers, in the sense that we have installed charging stations for electric cars since 2017, but now, through the partnership with Eldrive Romania, we host at AFI Cotroceni a charging hub, with many fast and semi-fast stations, to meet the charging needs of all types of customers," Anca Buzatu, marketing manager of AFI Cotroceni, said.
Customers can start charging sessions from the mobile application of Eldrive Romania, which offers access to more than 300 charging points in total.
Eldrive operates over 1,000 charging points in its key markets of Bulgaria, Romania and Lithuania, with over 600 located in Bulgaria alone.
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