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MOL expanding reach of EV charging application

Transport

Hungarian oil and gas company MOL yesterday said its e-vehicle charging application MOL Plugee is now accessible across six countries in Central and Eastern Europe, according to autopro.hu.

The application uses the same platform and payment solution in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary,  Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia.

The MOL group operates 168 charging stations in these countries, including 13 in Croatia, 26 in the Czech Republic, 79 in Hungary, 14 in Romania, 13 in Slovakia, and 23 in Slovenia.

Almost 5,000 Hungarian motorists downloaded the MOL Plugee mobile application launched last summer.

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