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27th February, 2019

E.On will make e-charging payable

E.On will work out conditions for introducing fees for charging electric vehicles, the company said after opening five public car chargers in Székesfehérvár.

Street chargers are currently free because there are no legal regulations on setting fees for the service, company board member Zsolt Jamniczky observed.

E.On currently operates around 100 chargers, but that number will double by the end of the year, as the company plans to install about 100 fast chargers at Aldi stores and in other locations, he added.

E.On Hungária’s net sales in 2017 came to Ft 401.2 billion, up from Ft 395 billion in the previous year.

The company employs more than 5,000 people and has 2.6 million customers in Hungary.

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