• Start on Turda’s EV Buses

    Turda will inaugurate on 16 dec 2019 the new public transport company and the 20 electric buses TUP – Urban Public Transport Turda is the newly established public transport company, directly subordinated to the Local Council. Turda will provide citizens with civilized transport services. The 20 electric buses that make up the new company’s fleet have been purchased with European funds…

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  • Deadline extended for March 31, 2020

    AFM extends the deadline for municipalities to submit financing applications for charging stations for EVs.. The mayors may submit financing applications for recharging stations for electric cars in the county resident municipalities until March 31, 2020, after the Environmental Fund Administration (AFM) extended the initial deadline to expire on December 13. The objective of the Program is to develop the…

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  • Memorandum of understanding between Romania and Peru

    A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING has been signed on 20th of November 2019 at Lima, Peru regarding the COLLABORATION ON ELECTRIC MOBILITY AND CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE between : AVER – Association for promoting electric vehicles in Romania   AEDIVE PERU – Asociacion Peruana de Electromovilidad Taking into consideration that transport is the fastest-growing contributor to climate change globally. Other major economies are moving…

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  • 2019 Fast Chargers funding program ending

    About: New recharging stations for electric vehicles installed in big municipality financed from Environmental Fund Administration The objective of the Program is to develop the infrastructure for the supply of electric vehicles. Eligible applicants are the administrative-territorial units – county residences and the municipality of Bucharest, and the amount allocated to the financing session is 92…

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  • Incentives for charging network private operators

    After financing Municipalities with 40 000 eur for a dual gun 50kw fast charger, the Ministry of Environment launches a new programe for private operators. The Government approved a Memorandum to finance private economic operators to develop electric vehicles charging stations networks on motorways, national and European roads On June 12, 2019, the Government adopted the Memorandum on the approval of…

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  • Premiere in Romania – Hydrogen Bus in Bucharest

    The use of conventional fuels is a taboo topic in Europe, with many cities announcing that cars with diesel engines would have a difficult life from now on. All in the name of combating greenhouse gas emissions and, naturally, public transport could not be avoided by these drastic measures either. Thus, perhaps as a preamble for the period to…

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  • +500 Electric Buses in 30 cities

    The Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration (MDRAP) The contract is co-financed by European non-reimbursable funds through the 2014-2020 Regional Operational Program. The buses must be ten meters operable in flat, barefoot, low-floor, unlimited access facilities for people with reduced mobility. The service life must be at least 15 years, of which the lifetime of use without a general repair…

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  • Three Jolotca mines re-opened

    Ministry of Economy has re-opened 3 mines closed in ’89 that will put Romania on the map of EV battery alliance metals. Ministry of Economy – Nicolae Badalau “This is extremely important. Romania stands on 400 tons of gold. We are not talking about Rosia Montana. We have 2800 tons of silver. Cuprumin si Moldomin mines represents the third source of…

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  • #electRO – EV World Record in Romania

    A German, a French electric car, open-minded sponsors and a beautiful country to explore – that’s how a world record, with an electric car, came to be written in Romania. Christian Gernemann traveled 26,800 km in 112 days through Romania, to show us our country through his eyes, to tell us that it is possible to travel Romania in…

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