With the number of electric cars in Ukraine nearly doubling compared to last year, manufacturers of electric chargers see huge potential to expand the range of electric vehicles beyond the limits of the country’s big cities.
But to do that, Ukraine needs the proper infrastructure — affordable electric vehicle charging stations. Sensing profits to be made, charging station manufacturers in Ukraine are ramping up production, and are eyeing not only the domestic market, but the one in the European Union as well. Meanwhile, despite a sluggish start, Ukraine is picking up speed in its development of charging infrastructure.
Olena Isaeva, the head of Elecar, a Ukrainian electric vehicle charging station manufacturer based in Zaporizhzhia, says her company has sold 200 chargers so far this year, and it plans to double production next year.Ukrainian electric car charger companies increase production, eye EU marketsRead More