A strategic agreement has been concluded between Mercarius Fleet Management and NKM Mobilitás to provide new electric car charging stations across Budapest.
The collaboration announced at European Mobility Week is the latest step towards eco-friendly, sustainable solutions for car travel in Hungary’s capital city.
According to official figures, some 130,000 people living in Budapest go to work each day by car, compared to just over 14,000 pure electric or plug-in hybrid cars on the market.
The widespread adoption of new innovative technologies is currently being hampered by the low numbers of electric cars and charging networks in the city. The new partnership aims to ensure that Mercarius Fleet Management will be able to charge its electric cars from 2020. The charging stations will also be available to all electric car owners in the capital.
NKM Mobilitás launched its e-mobility service and electric car charging network in 2017, and now has more than 100 public chargers in existence. The company’s fast chargers are among the best on the market, and their phone app offers a sophisticated charging station finder and integrated billing system.