Starting in the autumn of 2021, Partille Energi and Partillebo will jointly start building public charging stations for electric cars at six locations in the municipality.
In the “Kraftsamling elektrifiering” program, the Västra Götaland region (VGR) provides financial support for the development and establishment of neighborhood charging in collaboration with various energy and housing companies. One requirement is that the charging stations must be built in areas where there are many rental apartments.
Partillebo and Partille Energi have developed a concept for neighborhood charging in Partille and VGR has granted an application for a grant for financing. The decision means that in the autumn we will start building public charging stations for electric cars in six different places in the municipality, including in central Partille, Björndammen, Oxled and Ljungkullen.
We are happy to be able to make it easier for residents in tenancies to easily charge their electric car. Today there are almost no public charging stations in Partille. With this investment, the opportunities to charge your car in a place close to where you live will be much greater even if you live in a tenancy, says Mikael Jednell, Deputy CEO of Partille Energi and Head of Energy at Partillebo.
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