Enefit Volt, a provider of electric car charging solutions, in cooperation with Olerex, Estonia's largest fuel retailer, launched the first ultra-rapid charging point in Southern Estonia at Olerex Aardla service station in Tartu.
The electric vehicle charging hub – ViruVooluRing – opened to the public on July 1st on the 4th level of the Viru Keskus car park in collaboration with local electric vehicle charging service providers Enefit Volt and Eleport, is designed to accommodate up to 10 cars at a time. In addition, ELMO Rent, the local electric vehicle rental and sharing company, will install 6 more charging stations at the Viru Keskus car park, bringing the total number of charging stations to 16.
Eesti eelistatuim mootorikütuste jaemüügifirma Circle K ja suurim avalik elektriautode kiirlaadimisvõrgustik Enefit Volt avasid täna Circle K Laagri teenindusjaamas esimese koostöös rajatud ülikiire laadimispunkti, mis võimaldab auto sõiduks Tallinnast Pärnusse laadida vaid mõne kümnekonna minutiga.
The largest electric car charging network in Estonia, Enefit VOLT, which has launched its customer service today, will launch in co-operation with Circle K ten ultra-rapid chargers by the end of next year, which will make charging several times faster.
Everyone using an electric car can now sign up for Enefit VOLT, Estonia's largest public charging network, to access a faster and more comprehensive charging service from 11th February.
The fastest way to reach climate neutrality is electrification. To get there at the lowest possible cost, you need to make the electricity grid smart and connect smart electric cars to it. But the key is not in technology, but in people. Owning an electric car needs to be made easy, convenient and useful.
Eesti Energia will start to offer public charging service for electric cars and develop services for owners of electric cars, thereby providing customers with convenient services and helping to reduce the amount of CO2 emitted by the Estonian transport sector.
Yesterday, Elektrilevi received the first three electric vans that will be used by the company's engineers and automators for various network operations. Elektrilevi plans to buy two more electric cars this year and switch over to electric cars in the future.
Eesti Energia and Tallinna Linnatranspordi AS have signed a cooperation agreement aimed at developing a solution for smart charging of electric buses and testing of electric buses on up to two Tallinn bus lines. As part of the pilot project, Eesti Energia will develop a smart charging solution that can control charging according to electricity prices and loads.