The 100th electric vehicle charging station in Croatia has opened on Friday in the town of Sveti Ivan Zelina just outside of the capital Zagreb…
It is the first electric vehicle charging station to open in Sveti Ivan Zelina, making it the 100th of its kind in Croatia. The station in Sveti Ivan Zelina was opened as part of a project funded by the County of Zagreb and the Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency.
There are now 13 electric vehicle charging stations in the Zagreb County – 5 in Velika Gorica, 1 each in Sveti Ivan Zelina, Dugo Selo, Ivanić Grad, Sveta Nedelja, Vrbovec, Zaprešić, Samobor and Jastrebarsko.
Zagreb County Prefect Stjepan Kožić says that the aim of the project was to modernise transport in Zagreb County, and at the same time contribute to the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, increase energy efficiency and protect the environment and reduce noise.
Besides Zagreb, Pula and Split were also among the first cities in the country to get electric vehicle charging stations. Recently stations opened at Split Airport and at City Centre One malls.