Škoda will invest 32 million euros for 7,000 charging points for EV
In 2018 Škoda invested 3.4 million euros in the expansion of its internal electrical infrastructure at the company headquarters in Mladá Boleslav.
More than 300 charging points are already being used in test mode.
By 2025, Škoda will have provided around 32 million euros for the construction of an internal charging infrastructure with almost 7,000 charging points at and around the three Czech factories in Mladá Boleslav, Kvasiny and Vrchlabí.
The charging stations will be available for use mainly by the Czech car manufacturer’s employees.
Škoda Ceo Bernhard Maier declared: «Škoda’s future is electric. By the end of 2022 we will have launched more than ten electrified models. We are starting in 2019 with the Superb with plug-in hybrid drive and the all-electric Citigo. At the same time, Škoda is also investing in infrastructure: in the coming years we will be establishing up to 7,000 charging points on the factory premises and in employee parking spaces».