Thirty-four charging stations for electric vehicles will launch in 12 regions of Ukraine next week, the Tesla Club Ukraine group announced on Facebook.
The largest number will be launched in the Lvov and Kiev regions - seven stations each. Five such stations will be launched in the Dnipropetrovsk region, three in the Rovno region, two each in the Cherkassy, Kharkov, Odessa, and Volyn regions, and one each in the Zhitomir, Zakarpatskaya, Kirovograd, and Poltava regions.
It will be possible to charge any electric car at these charging stations.
Tesla Club Ukraine’s founder Nazar Shymone-Davyda recently said in an interview with the CFTS portal that there are currently about 10 Tesla cars and about the same number of Nissan Leaf cars in Ukraine. In addition, there are many hybrid cars (operating on both batteries and fuel) in the country.