Innogy Stoen Operator in cooperation with the city of Gdynia has started building a network of charging stations in the city, the company said. Two stations have already been launched, another one will start operating in the coming weeks, and ultimately, 12 charging stations are to be built in Gdynia by the end of 2022.
New chargers for electric cars have already been installed in two places: at Skwer Arki Gdynia (next to Bulwar Nadmorski) and near the pier in Orłowo. Another point will be opened in the coming weeks at Kościuszko Square. Ultimately, innogy Polska wants to build 12 charging stations in Gdynia.
“We have the first innogy stations in our city. They were created a few days ago, but at the moment they are connected to the system and can be used from now on. This is the next stage in the development of electromobility and the location of electric car charging stations in places that attract tourists and residents due to their attractiveness. (…)”said Gdynia’s vice-president for economy Katarzyna Gruszecka-Spychała.
Another station will be launched in the coming weeks. It will appear in Kościuszko Square, near the place where ORP Błyskawica is moored. innogy Polska wants to build a total of 12 generally accessible stations, i.e. 24 charging points for electric cars in Gdynia. The entire network is expected to be ready in 2022, the report also said.
“Innogy Polska has been participating in the development of electromobility in Poland for many years. So far, we have been visible mainly in Warsaw, due to the public charging network in the capital, but also the electric car-sharing innogy go! Now we are glad that we are expanding our activities to a new region, i.e. Gdynia. It is a very important move for us. Gdynia City Hall has designated 44 locations where infrastructure for charging electric cars would be built. We will develop 12 of these places. (…), ”added head of e-mobility innogy Polska Andrzej Popławski.
The construction of the electric car charging station network in Gdynia is carried out in cooperation with ING Bank Śląski.
“Care for the natural environment is one of the priorities of our business activities, and the development of electromobility is undoubtedly part of this area. (…) “- summarized the vice-president of ING Bank Śląski, Joanna Erdman.