• EVs and Charging Stations New European Labeling

    LABELLING FOR ELECTRICALLY RECHARGEABLE ROAD VEHICLES AND CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION FOR CONSUMERS GENERAL INFORMATION   In order to help consumers understand the new EV labels appearing on new vehicles and what that means for charging, the European Union has agreed new labelling requirements for newly produced vehicles and charging stations.

  • Romania: Eastern-Europe Largest Electric Bus Order

    The company will supply 123 Solaris Urbino 12 electric and charging infrastructure by the end of 2022. Solaris has been awarded a large order for 123 out of 131 electric buses in a government tender run by the Romanian Ministry for Public Works, Development, and Administration for seven local towns and cities. The company is contracted to deliver 123 Solaris Urbino

  • Dacia Spring EV: 42 000 Lei

    Starting March 20, Dacia opens online pre-orders for the “Comfort Plus” version of its first electric model. It will be available at the price of 18.100 euros (VAT included). Deliveries are scheduled for September. Pre-orders for the “Comfort” version will then be opened, available for 16,800 euros (VAT included). The

  • ROMBAT to start production of Li-Ion car batteries

    Romanian battery producer Rombat will start production of cells for Li-Ion car batteries at its new Bucharest plant in the second half of this year. “We have worked hard in the last year to implement the health, safety, environment, quality, and energy management systems, as well as the maintenance system,”

  • Solaris will deliver 11 trolleybuses to Târgu Jiu

    Solaris Bus & Coach, a European leader in the production of electric vehicles for public transport, announces that it will deliver 11 state-of-the-art Trollino 12 trolleybuses in the municipality of Targu Jiu. The new trolleybuses will start transporting passengers in the first part of 2022. According to the company, the

  • Galati installs fast chargers via AFM Municipality Financing

    Galati decided to ensure broad public network of chargers by accessing funding for 15 fast charging stations for electric cars , each with 50 kW DC and 22 kW AC dual gun types . Each station installed by Telekom Romania will be able to serve two electric cars or plug-in hybrids at the

  • Short History of Romanian Electric Mobility

    In 1973, Icpe laid the foundations of the first Romanian research in the field of electric mobility in history. At the Institute of electrotechnical research (Icpe.ro) is founded the first team that would develop electric mobility at national level. A project with such interesting achievements that it was documented by

  • Suceava installed 43 chargers for EV Buses

    ABB supplied Suceava with thirty 50 kW Terra 54 HV charging stations and thirteen 150 kW charging stations to power the fleet of electric buses. Thus, Terra 54 HV chargers will provide electricity for overnight bus charging, while 150 kW chargers will ensure the fast charging of buses during the

  • Overview of Romanian eMobility 2020

    To start in chronological order, we remind you that 2019 was a spectacular year in terms of the evolution of electromobility in Romania. In 2019, we brought a BOOM of EV registrations. The most popular models being the Renault ZOE, Nissan Leaf and BMW i3, especially due to the adoption

  • Electric Up – program that finances charging infrastructure

    Through the “Electric Up” Program, developed by the Ministry of Economy, will be provided to support small and medium enterprises and HORECA, by financing investment projects for the installation of 22 KW charging stations for plug-in hybrid electric and electric vehicles and systems of photovoltaic panels. The draft Emergency Ordinance