What kind of charger Romanian EV drivers rely on ?

Electric car drivers have many more options for public charging than they did even a year ago.
Over 250 public or semi-public charging stations are now avaliable countrywide.

Amid the rollout of Level 3 fast chargers, we found that the largest group of our electric-car owners still rely on standard Level 2 fast-chargers to gain a few more miles while they're out and about.

Among the answers respondents could choose, 63 percent said they rely most often on Level 2 chargers.

Roughly one in five respondents, or 18 percent, indicated they rely on CHAdeMO fast chargers, and 9 percent who depend on newer CCS Combo public chargers.

Nissan Leafs are the most common electric car that relies on CHAdeMO chargers, although there are others, including the Kia Soul EV, Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV or MiEV. The BMW i3, VW e-Golf and the Tesla's with optional CCS fast-charge capability are the most common cars to use the CCS Combo technology.
Most new public fast-charge installations will include separate cords for cars that require CHAdeMO and CCS plugs.



18% CHAdeMO 9% CCS Combo 73% Level 2


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