Electric vehicle charging networks in Greece should exceed a capacity of 800 MW by 2030, a level that would facilitate the development of electromobility so that one in three new vehicles can be electric by the end of the decade, according to the revised National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP).
This means charging stations will offer at least 1.3 kW for every purely electric vehicle and 0.8 kW for hybrid models.
The growth of charging infrastructure is expected to be promoted through a comprehensive approach combining tax incentives and subsidies. This strategy will be further bolstered by the implementation of mandatory charging infrastructure in suitable areas. The integration of these measures with the deployment of intelligent systems promises to not only enhance charging efficiency but also offer opportunities for domestic business expansion.