Electric vehicle charging: Which municipalities are betting?

Deepak Gupta July 29, 2022
Updated 2022/07/29 at 2:27 AM

The present begins to be electric and in the future the path must be identical. In this sense, it is necessary to prepare the entire charging ecosystem so that citizens have the necessary services and in a proportionate way.

In Portugal, which municipalities are investing in electric vehicle charging points?

According to UVE, the installation of charging stations in the public domain suffers from numerous bureaucracies that delay these processes and penalize electric vehicle users, as well as the growth and adoption of electric mobility in Portugal.

To mitigate this problem, and as mentioned in the Study of the Installation of Service Stations in Portugalit is up to the municipalities to streamline ways to simplify, promote, legalize, implement or open up to the public or private market the necessary means so that charging stations can be installed and operated.

Electric vehicle charging network: Which municipalities are betting?

Some good examples have already been given by municipalities with this vision, which, by launching public tenders for the concession of public space for charging areas, or investing in their own equipment networks, thus help in the decarbonization of their territory and mobility in general.

Municipalities that are betting on electric vehicle charging networks

Electric vehicle charging network: Which municipalities are betting?

According to UVE, the list may be updated soon. It should be noted that, according to a 2021 study, Portugal is the 4th country in Europe with the most chargers per 100km.

The Mobi.E Network, or Electric Mobility Network, is a network of universally accessible, interoperable and user-centric charging stations for electric vehicles. Currently, the network has more than 2,700 charging stations across the country, with more than 800 for fast or ultra-fast charging, that is, their power is over 22 kW. But there are others besides the Mobi.E Network, as is the case with

It should also be noted that UVE provides a microsite with the location of charging stations in Portugal. To see here.

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