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Serbia plans to double electric car Chargers with highway ‘Green Oases’ project

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Boris Ćorović, the General Secretary of the Serbian Association of Importers of Vehicles and Parts, announced today that the conversion of 16 highway rest areas into “green oases” will lead to a significant increase in electric car chargers across Serbia. Currently, there are between 120 and 150 electric chargers in the country.

On March 13, a consortium consisting of Putevi Srbije and the companies Itech Corp and Elcom Bgd signed an agreement with the Government of Serbia to finance the construction of 16 “green stations” along highways. These stations will feature electric chargers, contributing to Serbia’s goal of becoming the most equipped country in the region for electric cars in the coming years, as stated by Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić.

Each “green oasis” along the highways will host between five and 20 electric chargers, alongside shops and restaurants covering up to 100 square meters of space.

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Commenting on the initiative, Ćorović emphasized the growing trend towards environmentally friendly vehicles and electrification in the automotive industry. Despite challenges in the EU market, he sees this shift as inevitable and essential.

Regarding the current status of electric chargers in Serbia, Ćorović noted that the planned project will more than double the existing charger network. This expansion is not only beneficial for Serbian citizens interested in electric vehicles but also for travelers passing through the country.

Highlighting the importance of fast or DC electric chargers, Ćorović explained that they are crucial for encouraging mass adoption of electric vehicles. He praised the project as part of a comprehensive approach, complementing the government’s subsidies for electric vehicle purchases and aligning Serbia with European standards.

Vesić echoed this sentiment, emphasizing the increasing prevalence of electric cars in Europe. He cited estimates from the European Union suggesting that by 2030, electric vehicles could make up 30% of all cars in the EU.

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