The Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (MEKH) has issued permits for 844 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations since January 1, 2016, and 470 of those were installed by April 2019.
MEKH said the stations were used for more than 97,000 charges in the first quarter, up from around 13,600 in the fourth quarter in 2017. Charging volume rose to 326,348kWh from 46,570kWh during the same period.
As we wrote before, the National Utilities Service (NKM) had decided to end the practice of charging electric cars for free. Read more details HERE.