Facts and Figures

At the end of the project, in Romania, the new charging points will cover more than 1450 km along 2 core corridors that cross the country: Rhine-Danube Ten-T corridor, close to the cities of Nadlac – Arad – Timisoara – Deva – Sebes – Sibiu – Ramnicu Valcea – Pitesti – Bucuresti – Constanta and Orient East/Med Ten-T corridor, close to the cities of Timisoara – Lugoj – Caransebes – Drobeta Turnu Severin – Calafat – Craiova – Caracal – Alexandria – Bucuresti.
In Croatia, the new e-chargers will cover over 300 km along the Meditterranean Ten-T corridor, close to the cities of Varaždin – Zagreb – Karlovac – Delnice – Rijeka.
The total number of EVs that can be charged during a day in this project is estimated to reach over 1000.
  • May 2017Project acquires EU support

    The project was granted 80% funding for European Union TEN-T programme.
  • February 2018 Project officially launched in Pitesti

    With five fast charging stations installed the project is officially launched.
  • December 2018 15 fast charging stations are ready for use

    At the end of 2018 we already installed 15 fast charging stations.
  • December 2019 26 fast charging stations are ready for use

    The project continues with another 11 fast stations installed, along with the development of the e-charge app. We have integrated with the first eRoaming partner, Plugsurfing, so from now on our stations are available and can be used from their app.
  • December 2020 39 fast charging stations are operational and the first ultra-fast station in the electronic charging network is installed

    In 2020, 13 fast charging stations are installed, and the first ultra-fast charging station is available in Târgu Mureș. The electric charging network is interconnected with the largest eRoaming platform in Europe, HUBJECT.
  • August 2021 43 fast stations, 2 ultra-fast charging stations

    The project is almost completed with 41 locations in Romania, 43 fast stations and 2 ultra-fast stations.