BAKU, Azerbaijan, April 13. Some 23 additional electric vehicle charging stations will be installed in Georgia’s capital city, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said at the government session, Trend reports via Georgian media.
“Currently, there are 45 properly working charging stations all over the city, and we eye increasing this number in the long term,” Kaladze said.
The mayor noted that Tbilisi municipality is not going to finance this project as there investors that are willing to do it. The already installed charging stations have been set up in collaboration with several businesses as well.
Meanwhile, first ever vehicle charging points were installed in late 2016 by Europe square and Turtle Lake Junction. This project was initiated by company “E-space” and implemented with active support of Tbilisi City Hall.
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