The Eleport company comes from Estonia. Now, this technological startup is also entering Poland. First of all, the brand wants to offer generally accessible charging stations. A total of 300 public chargers will be built by 2025. The first one will be accessible nearby Royal Lazienki Warsaw.
Eleport already has over 100,000 charging points across Europe. Now the company wants to improve its infrastructure in Central and Northern Europe. The brand declares that an intuitive application will be an additional convenience in the process of improvement and help the users with the charging.
In the next few years, the number of electric cars in Poland will grow dynamically. This information is confirmed by the forecasts of the Polish Alternative Fuels Association. The number of electric cars is to increase almost 15 times (from 20,000 to approx. 300,000). The mere share of zero-emission vehicles in the sale of new passenger cars is expected to exceed 10 per cent in 2024.
The company will work together with the Bolt Estonian mobility company that offers vehicles for hire, micro-mobility, car-sharing, and food delivery services.
According to bolt.eu, Bolt Drive car-sharing service offers:
All of our cars come with automatic transmission at no extra cost. The specific make and model of the hire car depends on availability. Our car types include small, electric, medium-sized, and premium cars, as well as SUVs and vans. Check the app to see which cars are available to rent nearby.
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